Demi Lovato: Demi Album Review
Demi Lovato's much-anticipated 2013 album Demi hit stores this month, and in it the singer is showing us a more positive outlook on life - find out more in the Kidzworld Album Review of Demi!
Demi Lovato has had some public struggles in the last few years, and her last album (Unbroken) saw her reaching deep within and getting to the root of the problems with a series of heart-stopping ballads, her latest album shows an entirely new perspective on life: an upbeat and triumphant one! Appropriately titled "Demi," this latest collection of pop ballads shows not only that Demi is back on top, but that she's truly arrived as an artist and grown in the process.
No one can deny that Demi has a set of pipes that can match the best of them, and the album's first single "Heart Attack" shows off her vocal range perfectly, while also capturing some of the best elements of the record overall - pop ballad meets synth dance track. Other standout tracks include "Made in the USA," which is bound to be a summer anthem this year, as well as the darker "Neon Lights." She closes the album with the intense piano power ballad "Warrior," letting us all know that she's ready to face whatever comes next.
- Heart Attack
- Made in the USA
- Without the Love
- Neon Lights
- Two Pieces
- In Case
- Really Don't Care feat. Cher Lloyd
- Something That We're Not
- Never Been Hurt
- Shouldn't Come Back
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Check out "Heart Attack" off Demi below!
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