Demi Lovato is starting over, and she’s about to tell us all about it, in song of course. The release it's only a few weeks away. Keep reading to learn more! 12
During a Monday night livestream, the pop star revealed that her first album since 2017’s Tell Me You Love Me, titled Dancing With the Devil… The Art of Starting Over, is set to release April 2.
Fun Fact, Lovato also shared that the original title of the record was supposed to just be The Art of Starting Over, but after some consideration she decided to give it a double title interconnected to her upcoming four part documentary series, Dancing with the Devil.
The series will stream on YouTube starting Tuesday, March 23 and concludes on Tuesday, April 6, as both are “deeply personal” and explore Demi’s near fatal overdose in 2018, and her journey since.
"If you follow the track listing, it really does follow my life over the past couple of years."
The album, executive produced by Lovato and her manager, Scooter Braun is described by Demi as a mashup of genres, including Country, R&B and ’90s Pop.
She also revealed that the album will contain 19 tracks, one of which is “Anyone,” which she teased with a stripped-down performance of at the 2020 Grammy Awards.
Additionally she teased that the record will feature three bonus songs, and three collaborations (one of which might be Ariana Grande).
OMG stop! We can’t wait. Unfortunately though, we have to, so until then, check out the trailer for the Dancing with the Devil documentary below!