Following her comeback to the music industry last April 2020 with the moving and inspirational track “Back to Me,” Lindsay Lohan is returning once again and making her NFT (non-fungible token) market debut with “Lullaby.”
Holding NFTs as the future of the art industry, Lindsay pins her latest venture to be “history in the making.” As her track’s winning bid was set at around $85,000, she might not be wrong.
Born and raised in New York City, Lindsay Lohan is an American actress, singer, songwriter, entrepreneur, and screen personality. She first dove into the entertainment world at only three years old, securing a contract with Ford Models and appearing in countless ads and commercials.
Her TV breakthrough came when Lindsay was cast in the soap opera Another World, which opened new doors for the young star. Her stellar performance in the series caught the coveted attention of television and film executives, and it did not take long before Lindsay Lohan was made 1998’s most prominent child star with the beloved Walt Disney Pictures remake of The Parent Trap.
Lindsay’s brilliant work in playing and distinguishing her characters, twins Annie and Hallie, gained overwhelming reviews from critics and viewers worldwide. Praised by the industry’s top names and with a growing following, Lindsay Lohan furnished her reputation as a versatile and well-loved actress with her following projects.
The then-budding talent appeared in Life-Size with model Tyra Banks in 2000 and Get a Clue in 2002. Despite the unrelenting pressure of fame on her young shoulders, Lindsay Lohan made a seamless transition from child star to a trendsetting teen idol.
The critically acclaimed film Freaky Friday, which Lindsay shot alongside Jaime Lee Curtis in 2003, made the teen a household name. This was only furthered by the fashion-forward Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen in the following year and the 2000s iconic hit Mean Girls.
Apart from the release of her arguably most popular movie, 2004 also marked the beginning of Lindsay Lohan’s music career. Signed under Casablanca Records, Lindsay made her debut with the certified-platinum album Speak. The unprecedented success of the piece drew crowds to the singer’s audience and laid the groundwork for her subsequent certified-gold album A Little More Personal (Raw) in 2005.
The next few years would mark a significant phase in the artist’s career. After numerous well-received projects and becoming the subject of a media feeding frenzy, Lindsay, who set off to make her way as an entrepreneur, returned to the music industry with “Back to Me.”
Hosting themes of empowerment and a readiness to move on from the past, “Back to Me” welcomed fans into the multi-talented singer’s wide circle, as well as the success of her recently-released track “Lullaby.”
“Lullaby” was launched on auction on the FansForever digital platform. This veritable art hub employed NFTs as the prime currency and described Lindsay’s latest masterpiece as “delivering a message of empowerment, a signal out to the world to embrace the beauty that nature has blessed us all uniquely with.”
Through distinctive vocals and soft beats, the single builds itself as one of Lindsay’s best music, and with a whopping winning bid of an estimated $85,000 on the site, that seems to be a general opinion.
Jumping on the wave of cryptocurrency and establishing herself as an artist of the future, Lindsay shares that this is only the beginning. Hinting at plans to release her future work on the platform, with the NFT format, Lindsay told Forbes, “Maybe we will see the tokenization of movies, and of how artists are paid for their films, music, and art.”
She painted the picture of musicians automatically receiving royalties for their work and controlling their profit stream. “I see a future where crypto, NFTs, and blockchain will be the norm, rather than the exception. I think it’s a great way to bridge the gap between the consumer and the artist.”