Demi Lovato: Tell Me You Love Me Album Review
Demi Lovato's sixth studio album "Tell Me You Love Me" meets the expectations and emotions her fans were waiting for. Typically when an artist digs deep into their heart and soul, the result is often thrilling. Demi is proof that by finding her inner self and showcasing her journey in lyrics, shows that her album that is meaningful, empowering and easy to relate to.
Opening the album with lyrics and melodies about heartbreak and needing someone's love, to discussing notable troubles in her past such as addiction. 'Sorry Not Sorry', 'You Don't Do It For Me Anymore' and 'Games' are electrifying empowering songs as it shows Demi's strength and that she's in control.
While listening to the empowering lyrics, 'Lonely', 'Sexy Dirty Love', 'Daddy Issues', and 'Ruin the Friendship' stand out above the rest as raw power ballads to exploring her sexual empowerment.
Pieced together by raw, flawless vocals Demi's album 'Tell Me You Love Me' showcases that this album will rise to the top and will have you begging to watch it on a stage near you. Whether you're familiar with the iconic powerhouse vocals, this will make you aware of Demi's strong vocal ability.