Tell Me You Love Me (Spanglish Version).
Wednesday afternoon, Demi Lovato revealed her sixth studio album, titled Tell Me You Love Me, will be released Sept. 29, sharing a taste of the title track and what's presumably the album art in a post on social media. A black and white video features Lovato singing in the recording studio as it zooms out from her eyeball to show what appears to be album artwork featuring the pop star making a somewhat pouting face and holding her hayrack with her hands. In it, we hear her powerful voice singing, "Tell me you love me, I need someone on days.
What inspired me to be so open on this album was, I don't know, I've kind of been through a lot over this past year and a half since I released my last album (2015's Grammy-nominated Confident)," Lovato told Fitzsimmons and her small crowd. Or two years, and I wanted to be honest because my fans deserve that. Below is a recap of every track's meaning on Tell Me You Love Me, as told by Lovato. I wanted to kick off the launch of my new music in a fun and upbeat way. A lot of people on my team wanted to go with another song as the first single, and I really pushed for 'Sorry Not Sorry. We also had a blast making the music video, and the song is an unapologetic anthem for all the haters out there.
This is where Tell Me You Love Me improves on Lovato’s previous albums: It gives you enough space to see Demi as something other than a no-holds-barred belter. There’s a Kehlani-like jack-of-all-trades behind those pipes, an artist with can skilfully, successfully make hip-hop and R&B work in a pop context. Lead single Sorry Not Sorry -her biggest hit in nearly half a decade and climbing-is a defiant gospel-pop kiss-off that wouldn’t sound out of place in Chance the Rapper’s hands. When you listen to the album in full, the craft keeps coming. Ruin the Friendship smolders like something.
Lovato's assertions that Tell Me You Love Me is steeped in R&B prove true, and it's not a monochromatic soul either. Opening with the strutting empowerment anthem "Sorry Not Sorry," the album runs the gamut from churchy soul to seductive slow-burners to showstopping ballads designed to showcase every single one of Lovato's diva moves. Although there are ghosts of traditional soul threaded through the record, the production is firmly modern, filled with electronic flair and allusions to hip-hop rhythms
Tell Me You Love Me" is the sixth studio album by Demi Lovato. The album was released on September 29, 2017. It debuted at at the US Billlboard 200. The lead single, " Sorry Not Sorry ", was released on July 11, 2017. It peaked at on the Billboard Hot 100. It was certified Platinum by RIAA, ARIA, RMNZ, and Music Canada. Lovato recently posed for the June/July 2016 issue of Latina where she discussed about her new music.
Demi Lovato has announced her forthcoming new album, 'Tell Me You Love M. Anadolu Agency/Getty. Demi Lovato has announced her sixth studio album. The follow-up to 2015’s Confident, Tell Me You Love Me will be released on September 29th. As the camera pulls back in the teaser, her eye is revealed. The shot eventually pulls back to unveil her presumable album cover, which features a black-and-white photo of the singer with her hands on her head. New Album: Tell Me You Love Me coming September 29th.
Tell Me You Love Me" is a song by American singer and songwriter Demi Lovato. It was written by Kirby Lauryen, Stint and John Hill, with production handled by the latter two. It was initially released through Hollywood, Island and Safehouse Records on August 24, 2017, as the first promotional single from Lovato's sixth studio album of the same name (2017). It was released as the second and final single from the album on November 14, 2017
Oh, tell me you love me I need someone on days like this, I do On days like this Oh, tell me you love me I need someone On days like this, I do On days like this Oh, can you hear my heart say Ooohhhh, ooh No, you ain't nobody 'til you got somebody You ain't nobody 'til you. got somebody. And I hope I never see the day That you move on and be happy without me Without me What’s my hand without your heart to hold?
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