Demi Lovato releases ‘Dancing with the Devil’, her seventh studio album



Popstar Demi Lovato released today (02) the long awaited seventh studio album “Dancing with the Devil… The Art of Starting Again”.

The production, accompanied by its documentary team, features the singles “Anyone”, “What Other People Say” and the title song, in addition to bringing collaborations with Noah Cyrus, Ariana Grande, Saweetie and Sam Fischer.

List of tracks:

1. anyone
2.dancing with the devil
5.the art of starting over
6. single people
7.the way you don’t look at me
8.melon cake
9. met him last night (with Ariana Grande)
10. What others are saying (with Sam Fischer)
11. carefully
12. the kind of lover that I am
13. easy (feat. Noah Cyrus)
14. 15 minutes
15. Girlfriends are my boyfriends (feat. Saweetie)
16. sober california
17. crazy world
18. butterfly
19. good place

The album is preceded by the well-received “Tell Me You Love Me” (2017) and “Confident” (2015).

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Lovato rose to prominence by participating in the “Camp Rock” mini-franchise and the “Sunny Among Stars” series, two original Disney Channel productions. His solo debut in the music business was with “Don’t Forget”, which helped him to fame.

In 2018, she lost six years after being sober and suffered an opioid overdose, which is why she launched the song “Sober”, apologizing to herself and fans for the “weakness. “. After entering a rehab clinic, she thanked fans for their support and said she would tell the world about what she went through when she was ready, criticizing those who created whimsical stories about her life.

Selling over 25 million records in the United States alone, its main awards include a VMA, 14 Teen Choice Awards, five People’s Choice Awards, one entry in the Book of Records and another in the annual Time 100 list as the one of the most influential. personalities in 2017. She is also an ambassador for many social causes, including the fight for equality in the LGBTQ + community and discussions on mental health.

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