London, Nov 28 : Former 'Black Eyed Peas' guitarist Kevin Rudolf is ready to work on Hollywood actress Lindsay Lohan's album, but only if she accepts his terms and conditions.
Rudolf, who has shot to fame with debut single 'Let It Rock' becoming an Internet phenomenon, has clearly given his terms and conditions to Lindsay, who is releasing her third album Spirit In The Dark.
"The Lindsay thing looks like it will happen. She has a good voice but she's going to have to work to my sound if she wants us to work," the Sun quoted Rudolf, as saying.
"If we stick with her sound it's not going to help either of us," he added.
Kevin Rudlf, whose 'Let It Rock' featuring "best rapper alive" Lil Wayne has already had more than 30 million plays on his MySpace while the video has been watched over 8 million times on YouTube, has also invited the 'Mean Girls' actress' galpal Samantha Ronson.
"She can come and join in. She's very talented," he said.
"I like her sound but I wouldn't want to get stuck in between both of them. They are a feisty pairing," he added.