Lindsay Lohan wants her new album to be "urban pop". The 'Mean Girls' star - whose last LP was 2005's 'A Little More Personal (Raw)' - is about to start work on her latest record with Maverick Records CEO Guy Oseary. Lindsay said: "We'll start in probably June or July and take four months. It 's going to be urban pop."
The 20-year-old is currently busy promoting her two new movies, 'Georgia Rule' in which she plays a rebellious young seductress, and 'I Know Who Killed Me' in which she plays a stripper. The singer-and-actress has also been voted number one in Maxim magazine's Hot 100 list, but she is not entirely happy with the title.
She said: "It's really flattering, but it does get kind of awkward." Meanwhile, it has been revealed the actress' 21st birthday party will be sponsored by a vodka company. Lindsay's lawyer Mike Heller has revealed Svedka Vodka will be one of the sponsors of her upcoming July birthday bash.