Demi Lovato will release her sixth studio album on September 29th, which will be titled “Tell Me You Love Me”. Appearing in the spotlight quite a lot in the past month, Demi Lovato sang the national anthem at the highly anticipated Mayweather and Floyd match last week, as well as performing at the MTV VMA’s. Lovato rocked up in a see-through lacy top, ensuring she brought lots of attention to herself and her beliefs of female empowerment. Just a few days ago, she announced that she would be releasing her upcoming album, which seems to be a continuation of her growth throughout the years.
The American singer-songwriter has already released one single from the album called “Sorry Not Sorry”, alongside the suspected album artwork which can be seen below. Here is a snapshot of the presumed album artwork taken from the album release announcement made by Demi Lovato.
The first four tracks from the album “Tell Me You Love Me” have been released and include:
- Sorry Not Sorry
- Tell Me You Love Me
- Sexy Dirty Love
- You Don’t Do It for Me Anymore
The album will have 12 songs in total, 8 of which have yet to be announced. Demi Lovato’s new album features a couple of artists including Jax Jones and Stefflon Don. The singer performed some of her new singles a couple of weeks ago on the Good Morning America stage in Central Park, New York. Even though the rain was pouring down, Demi Lovato had a powerful performance and belted her lungs out through the rain.
It looks like we will just have to wait and see if Demi Lovato takes her “Tell Me You Love Me” album on tour. No tour dates or talks of a tour have been discussed or released yet. So stay tuned and we will update you!
If you haven’t yet heard “Sorry Not Sorry” or seen the video, you can check it out here: