In a very Weezy-esque move, troubled pop-startlet, Lindsay Lohan, has unofficially released her own pre-prison song, Too Young to Die. If the title sounds a little melodramatic, then its probably because the song is depressingly over the top.
The three-minute cut was produced by J.R. Rotem (who has produced hits like Sean Kingstons Beautiful Girls and Jason Derulos Whatcha Say) and doesnt shed any real light on LiLos thoughts on incarceration. Instead, listeners are offered some blah beats and a chorus that talks about crashing her car, flying through the windshield, and drinking deadly poison. The single obviously comes at a horrible time for Lohan, 24, but if youve been hiding under a rock this week, then let us fill you in.
Shes been sentenced to 90 days in the slammer by a Los Angeles County judge, followed by another three-month stint at a rehab facility; moreover, shes in the middle of a $100 million defamation lawsuit with E-Trade, whom she claims used her as the inspiration for their milkaholic baby. What a rough week. Check out the leaked single below and address all letters of support to Lindsay Lohan c/o Untitled Entertainment, 1801 Century Park E., Suite 700 Los Angeles, CA 90067.