UPDATE: "Body Say" won't be getting a music video.
UPDATE // SEPTEMBER 01: If you like Demi Lovato's "Body Say," then you'll just have to enjoy it for what it is. The standalone single will not get the music video treatment.
EARLIER // JUNE 30:
It has been officially reported that Demi Lovato's "Body Say" was only a spontaneous release and there are no future plans for a visual😔— Hits 92 Chicago (@Hits92Chi) September 1, 2016
If Demi Lovato had it her way, she would take you deep.That's a serious request Lovato coos about on her new single "Body Say," which hit the Internet a day after her live debut of it at the Future Now tour kickoff show in Atlanta Wednesday night. The mid-tempo tune is a huge departure from last summer's power pop plays with "Cool For The Summer" and "Confident," venturing more into Nick Jonas "Close" territory. There's a softness to her voice on "Body Say," and while I personally can't imagine the song skyrocketing to No. 1 (Lovato recently admitted she's still very much underrated as an artist), it gets the job done. The studio version is available in some countries on Spotify (it officially drops in the U.S. on Friday), so in the mean time check out a few clips of Lovato singing it on tour: Studio:
Demi Lovato, Body Say (New Song), 2016 pic.twitter.com/ZmDONU7S5W— Best Vocals (@BestRareVocals) June 30, 2016