Demi Lovato Confirms New Album Has Collaborations With Oak And DJ Mustard, Out Later This Year

Demi Lovato promises her Confident followup will be out before Christmas time.

Rejoice! A new album from Demi Lovato is most definitely on the way. The pop star, who is still surfing the charts with her unapologetic new tune "Sorry Not Sorry," hopped on a call with Elvis Duran this week revealed a couple of collaborations Lovatics can expect on the forthcoming record, as well as her tentative musical plans afterward.

So who's the Grammy-nominated singer tapping for her sixth studio album? Warren "Oak" Felder (Demi's "Sorry Not Sorry," Kelly Clarkson's "Invincible," Britney Spears' "Clumsy," Alessia Cara's "Scars To Your Beautiful"), Sean Douglas (Nick Jonas' "Chainsaw," Madonna's "Ghosttown," Hilary Duff's "Brave Heart"), producer John Hill (Shakira's "She Wolf," Rihanna's "You Da One," P!nk's "All We All We Are") and DJ Mustard (Rihanna's "Needed Me," Tinashe's "2 On," Fergie's "L.A. Love (La La)").

DEMI AND DJ MUSTARD SHE'S NOT PLAYING.

Then Lovato touched on having her very own The Life Of Pablo. "What I want to do is release music, but then put out music right after," she said. "So it's like a living album. And I think with that it's just going to be a continuation of the album, but we're just going to be releasing more music." She adds: "I've thought about what songs I want to release the first round, and what songs I want to release after."

In the full interview, Demetria also chats about the labels people place on her, the last thing she Googled and more.

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