Cryptic queen.

Lindsay Lohan recently released a song titled “Xanax.” Instead of making it available on streaming platforms, Linds took a more low-key approach, sharing the full thing via Instagram. It has since been removed.

The queen of Mykonos co-wrote “Xanax” with ALMA. It’s a bop about coping with social anxiety. Needless to say, it’s problematic singing about prescription pills considering Lindsay’s past issues with sobriety, as well as the ongoing prescription pill crisis in the US, but we love a little controversy?

Lindsay shared some new insight on the song, and claims the photo in the post is the album cover (featuring her younger sister? I don’t really get it but slay).

“#Xanax i wrote this with @cyberalma because LOS ANGELES was mind numbing to me and I felt vapid. And she was my friend, she understood my thoughts of my past of being dragged through situations that I didn’t want to be in,” Lohan said.

“Well, I am from cold spring harbor, ny, moved back and forth to NYC and my mother was from the bronx, strong woman and a beautiful person. We all have our faults and fake promises from different people. My parents have had their ups and downs, but, At the end of the day, your karma will define your future. I don’t care about what anyone says. It has been my job to be there and be strong for my family. Maybe I have gotten frustrated, maybe I have failed to your opinions, what I know now is, I’m doing things so well and so right. I have a blessed heart as does my family. I’m too smart for my own good sometimes, robotic actually: say what you want to say about me and my loved ones. You will always fail. Take it or leave it. We ain’t going anywhere. Slow and steady wins the race. Love all, live with respect, gratitude, understanding and appreciation and you will live an honest life of truth. Don’t let anyone cut you down.”

She adds: “(This will be my album cover ft my sister Aliana) she’s the light of my life as are my brothers. I am blessed to feel safe enough to trust in those that love you so that you can shine.”

I’m not sure what to make of this, but if this indeed the album cover, then we can expect more new tunes. 🙏

Do YOU understand Lindsay’s post? Do YOU like the cover? Let us know what you think in the comments!

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#Xanax i wrote this with @cyberalma because LOS ANGELES was mind numbing to me and I felt vapid. And she was my friend, she understood my thoughts of my past of being dragged through situations that I didn’t want to be in. Well, I am from cold spring harbor, ny, moved back and forth to NYC and my mother was from the bronx, strong woman and a beautiful person. We all have our faults and fake promises from different people. My parents have had their ups and downs, but, At the end of the day, your karma will define your future. I don’t care about what anyone says. It has been my job to be there and be strong for my family. Maybe I have gotten frustrated, maybe I have failed to your opinions, what I know now is, I’m doing things so well and so right. I have a blessed heart as does my family. I’m too smart for my own good sometimes, robotic actually: say what you want to say about me and my loved ones. You will always fail. Take it or leave it. We ain’t going anywhere. Slow and steady wins the race. Love all, live with respect, gratitude, understanding and appreciation and you will live an honest life of truth. Don’t let anyone cut you down. (This will be my album cover ft my sister Aliana) she’s the light of my life as are my brothers. I am blessed to feel safe enough to trust in those that love you so that you can shine 🦋 #cshdnalearningcenter

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