Demi Lovato Celebrates One-Year Anniversary of ‘Demi’ With “Really Don’t Care”
Demi Lovato’s celebrating the one-year anniversary of her fourth studio album, titled Demi, with a brand new single.
The former Disney star let fans in on her plans with a single tweet: “Looks like somethingggg is about to go down.... = #Demiversary”
The new track, called “Really Don’t Care,” is expected to have its lyric video out on May 14, and its official release is scheduled six days later.
In speaking with MTV about her plans, Lovato, talking about her new track, said: “the fans helped out with this one, so it was really, really fun.”
She then went onto talk about its vibe, saying: “For me it was just about a breakup a while ago and now it’s just an overall of thinking and not giving a sh– about what people say or what people think about you and your beliefs.”
The next few weeks are packed for the “Skyscraper” singer. Starting yesterday, footage from her Neon Light Tour came out on Vevo, and then five songs she recorded in London last year debuted on Spotify. Following this, the video for “In Case,” an exclusive song from her iBook, is scheduled to come out, and then she’ll perform “Really Don’t Care” on Good Morning America in June.
Demi came out on May 10, 2013 through Hollywood Records and eventually peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard 200. Multiple successful singles came from the release, including “Heart Attack,” “Neon Lights,” and “Made in the U.S.A.” “Really Don’t Care,” which features Cher Lloyd on the album version, is the release’s fourth single.
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