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Demi Lovato's Sixth Album 'Tell Me You Love Me' Release Date And More



Demi Lovato will be releasing her sixth album on September 29, as she finally seals the album in which her song "Sorry Not Sorry" is included. In addition to that, the title track "Tell Me You Love Me" is also teasing through the scene, as her fans are just as excited to hear and get their pre-orders already. Demi Lovato's "Sorry Not Sorry" was released just last month but it has been climbing the charts of Billboard Hot 100 and already one of the popular songs in iTunes.

In a report from Billboard, Demi Lovato announced on her social media account the release date of her sixth studio album titled "Tell Me You Love Me" along with its album art and the title track. On her post, Lovato was singing the chorus of the song "Tell Me You Love Me" as she was seen with her own eyes over a black and white background. Her powerful voice is as always catchy as the beat of her newest single, something that the Disney channel star truly possess.

One cannot forget her song interpretation of Disney's theme song for Frozen, "Let It Go" and her song "Confident", as it all were Demi Lovato's biggest songs to date. Now that she is gaining popularity, she has been on to some big events like her short but worthwhile appearance at the Billboard Hot 100 Music Festival last August 19. RollingStone reports that the pop star will be singing the National Anthem at the much-awaited boxing match of Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor.

Demi Lovato's song "Sorry Not Sorry" is also nominated for Song of the Summer and will be performing it on Sunday for MTV Video Music Awards 2017. Indeed the "Skyscraper" songstress is equally excited to announce this new project and has added in a separate post that all her songs are very important to her. The talented singer/songwriter even dedicated the songs she had written to some of her life's challenges.

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