Demi Lovato moves on from ‘Tell Me You Love Me.’


Demi Lovato has moved on from Tell Me You Love Me.


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It appears Demi is ready to get Lovatics back to the dance floor.

Following her emotional and honest new song about falling off the wagon, “Sober,” Demi has teamed up with famed producer Max Martin for a new song. According to the track’s recent registry on ASCAP, it’s titled “Single.”

No word on what it sounds like yet, but my bet is it’s a fiery bop about all the naughty things single twenty-somethings engage in. That’s what I’ve heard anyway.

See what’s good below:



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In case you’re in denial, Demi is making things very clear: there will not be another single off Tell Me You Love Me.

In fact, she’s readying new music from the followup as we speak.

A fan asked her if she’s done promoting the record.

“Pretty much… I have so much new music to release very VERY soon!!!,” she said.

When can we expect to hear the new tunes? “Very VERY soon,” she said, adding that it ‘could be a matter of weeks actually.”

See the new Tweets, then read the original report, below (I have thoughts):




This is a real shame, because there’s still a handful of really stunning tracks left on the record that deserve the single treatment, like “Games,” “Daddy Issues,” “Concentrate,” “Hitchhiker” and “Cry Baby.” Demi, WTF.

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“You don’t do it for me anymore,” Demi Tweeted. It’s one of the track titles from the record.

She followed that up with: “And no that’s not the next single… just my life right now.”

Then, the kicker: “Btw wouldn’t y’all rather have NEW songs from a NEW album and choose a NEW single from that?!”

No, Demi, no! By all means, record a new album, but don’t give up on Tell Me You Love Me just yet.



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