Lovato also wants to raise awareness for mental illness.
Each day, Demi Lovato hides a bit of music off her new record Confident, and today she shared snippets of songs titled "Yes" and "Wildfire."
The bits surface online during Lovato's public appearances on Capitol Hill. Her efforts stand to remove stigma attached to mental illness and advocate for a change in Congress.
As part of the "Be Vocal: Speak up for Mental Health" initiative, Lovato met with legislators at the National Council for Behavioral Health's Hill Day in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday to talk about comprehensive health reform and raising awareness for mental illness, reports CBS.
"One thing that I've learned while dealing with this in the public eye has been that as rewarding as it is sharing my story and helping others, it's important to take care of myself as well," she said. "I think that's been something that's really resonated with me over the past year. It's great to get outside of yourself and help others, but it's also important that I stay dedicated to my treatment plan and make sure that I can help myself before others."
Now that's being confident. It only fits these two inspiring songs land online today.
Demi previously teased "Stone Cold" in the #FindConfident scavenger hunt, but today (Oct. 7) released the full clip: