Demi Lovato returns to rock, sings her ex

Demi Lovato returns to rock, sings her ex

Singer Demi Lovato has released her eighth studio album, Holy Fvck, in which she returns to rock, although she uses other styles as well.

In an Aug. 19 statement when she released the album, Lovato said it “has given her the freedom to express herself in ways she didn’t know were possible, and she’s found a joy she’d been missing while making music.” “.

“It’s cathartic and down-to-earth, yet intoxicating and very good fun. I don’t know where I’ll be in a year, five or 10, but this album reflects exactly where I am right now and I’m very proud of it. I hope let everyone who listens to it experience it too,” she adds.

Demi Lovato admits she was inspired to change her style by Kelly Clarkson and her song “Since You’ve Been Gone.”

According to many music critics, the best songs on the album are “29” and “Happy Ending”. “29” is about Demi Lovato’s relationship with her ex-boyfriend, actor Wilmer Valderrama, and their 12-year gap. Valderrama was 29 when they started dating.

Demi Lovato described “29” on Twitter as “a song about the wisdom that comes with age,” BTA reports.

According to Insider, “Happy Ending” and “Eat Me” are in second and third place, and “4ever4me” is the weakest.

Sp. Billboard tops “Happy Ending,” which is about recovering from a traumatic experience. In second place is “Eat Me” and in third is “Come Together”, which is about sexuality and what it’s like to defy convention.

The other represented styles in the album are pop-punk (Substance), grunge rock (Skin Of My Teeth), biblical references (Heaven).

Demi Lovato became famous for Disney movies. He released his first album in 2008 – “Don’t Forget”. It is in the style of pop rock. The next “Here We Go Again” from 2009 topped the US chart upon its release. In his third album “Unbroken” from 2011, he experimented with pop and R&B. For his fifth studio album “Confident” he received a nomination for a “Grammy” award (2015). In it and the next “Tell Me You Love Me” (2017) moves to soul. After taking a hiatus from addiction treatment following a near-fatal overdose in 2018, she released Dancing with the Devil… the Art of Starting Over in 2021. That same year, Demi Lovato announced on Twitter that she was non-binary – does not identify as male or female and states that he will now use the pronouns they/them.