Australian-native recording artist Steph Sexton has released her debut single “Killing Lindsay Lohan”, produced by two-time Grammy nominated Miguel “Rico Law” Jiminez. Miguel has worked with some of the world’s biggest stars such as Lil Wayne,Usher, TGT (Tyrese, Ginuwine, and Tank), The Game, R. Kelly, Fabolous, Estelle, Soulja Boy, Shareefa, and many more. The single’s controversial cover art depicts Sexton driving a hearse with the words “Killing Lindsay Lohan” across the front.
The music video for “Killing Lindsay Lohan” was shot by cutting edge director, Chris Crutchfield, who has worked with Lady Gaga and Kim Kardashian and has contributed to some of the most popular commercials for Google, Sketchers, Doritos, and The Super Bowl. The video was shot at a few of Lohan’s most frequented spots in L.A., such as one of her favorite nightclubs on Hollywood Boulevard as well as the notorious luxury inn to the stars, Chateau Marmont on Sunset Strip,where Lohan was once blacklisted for running up an outstanding tab.
Lindsay Lohan, whose escapades are frequently documented in the gossip columns, is set to appear in an exclusive interview with Oprah Winfrey soon after her recent court-ordered rehab stint. The troubled starlet has also landed her own reality television series that will document her road to recovery, which will air on Winfrey’s OWN network.
Lohan’s pre-teen skyrocket to stardom – coupled with her parent’s marriage ending in divorce – eventually sent the starlet spiraling out of control. Years of hard partying, drugs, alcohol, and a string of legal problems have seemingly deteriorated the once bright-eyed, freckled-faced little girl with enormous potential for a budding Hollywood career. Movie directors and co-stars alike have since slammed Lohan for her on-set delays, absences and melodrama, and her career has fizzled into made-for-television movies and janky product plugs.
Steph Sexton, who studied arts and music at the prestigious Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (attended by Hugh Jackman and a slew of other well-known artists), relocated toLos Angeles to pursue her dreams after she was one of several passengers involved in a horrific car accident that changed her life.
Sexton is a member of the new R&B collective called “The Row Crew” – a collaboration of artists, producers and writers for Chris Brown, Ciara, TGT, Lil Wayne, Fabolous, K. Michelle, and others.