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Lohan 'offered record deal' 

added: 19 Dec 2013 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk 

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Lindsay Lohan has been offered a very lucrative deal by a record label.

SMH Records is based in Charlotte, North Carolina and they are confident they can make the troubled actress a very successful recording artist.

The company wants to be part of Lindsay's comeback, believing she has what it takes to be a great pop star.

'Lindsay is a tremendous talent and our distribution through Capital/ Universal Music Group means we have the resources to help Lindsay make her comeback,' Jonathan Hay, founding partner of SMH Records, told Radar Online.

His publicity company has reportedly worked with several high-profile clients, with a track record of high sales and huge success. Rihanna, Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston and Wu-Tang Clan have all apparently collaborated with Jonathan.

It looks like Lindsay might already by making fresh music, as the actress has been posting pictures of herself on Instagram posing in a recording studio. The hashtags on one photo included #jamiehince and #studiotime, leading to speculation the 27-year-old is dabbling in music again.

Musician Jamie, best known as being supermodel Kate Moss' husband, is a singer, songwriter and guitarist for band The Kills.

Lindsay has already released two studio albums, including 2004 LP Speak and her 2005 effort A Little More Personal (Raw).

It is rumoured she wants her new songs to sound nothing like what she has previously produced.

"Lindsay''s really embarrassed by that music, it was really poppy and cheesy. She sees herself as far more credible now," a source explained to British newspaper The Mirror recently.

"Jamie is one of her idols - she loves The Kills and sees herself as a bit of a rock chick."

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