Demi Lovato : Tell Me You Love Me, how the album is-it developed a cult following despite its problems ?

Back on the incredible career of Tell Me You Love Me, the sixth studio album of Demi Lovato certified platinum in the United States one month to the day after the announcement of his overdose !

All is well that ends well ? If you said a little earlier that Nicki Minaj has brought back his alter ego Barbie life in the hope of boosting sales of his album Queen, force is to recognize that Demi Lovato has never had need to have recourse to this type of processes to sell his music. True darling of America since her stint in Camp Rock (2008), the interpreter of “Sorry Not Sorry” is today perceived as a real survivor of the Atlantic. More importantly, and contrary to what one might think, the media’s treatment of his various problems (addictions to cocaine, alcohol, multiple, overdose, bipolar disorder, bulimia, depression, and the list goes on) has been transformed into a veritable saint among the public. To the point that her album Tell Me You Love Me just come back in the Billboard 200 after having already spent 58 weeks. But how do you explain this craze ?

Of course, it should be noted that the public Demi Lovato is one of the most faithful. Unlike her friends also passed by Disney Channel (Miley Cyrus, Nick Jonas, Bella Thorne, Demi Lovato has never ceased to be pop tinged with rock accents. This is probably why, although his style and voice have evolved, the music remains easily recognizable. It should be noted, moreover, that his voice has become even more mature over the years to become as solid as a rock on Tell Me You Love Me, the sixth album released September 29, 2017. Highly anticipated by his fans, Tell Me You Love Me had to do in the face of increased competition. This week-there came out also I Believe In You by Dolly Parton, Scream Michael Jackson, Younger Now of Miley Cyrus, Desire of Hurts, Uncovered of Robin Schulz or Bluebird of Happiness of Tamar Braxton.

True plug caused by the end of the eligibility period for the Grammy Awards 2018, this week has been difficult for everyone. But true to form, Demi Lovato had planned the coup with the tube “Sorry Not Sorry” (593 million streams on Spotify) and then the sublime ballad “Tell Me You Love Me” (202 million streams on Spotify). All two helped by clips to be effective, these singles have achieved very fine scores everywhere in the world. But both singles are no longer enough to make an album a real hit — except perhaps to call Adele or Rihanna. The strength of Tell Me You Love Me lies in his narration, in the story which is written across all of the securities of the disk, that of a young woman who goes back up the slope after falling once again.

Demi Lovato fully assume that she is on “Sorry Not Sorry”, tell her ill be in love on “Tell Me You Love Me“, shouts his despair on “Lonely”, mentions his sexual appetite on “Daddy Issues” and his joy of living on “Sexy Dirty Love”. By agreeing to lay bare and to speak directly to each of his problems through his music, Demi Lovato has managed to tell her story as she wanted it told — that is to say, without the hustle and bustle of the media. What’s more, by combining various disorders and addictions, Demi Lovato has managed to reach beyond his audience for the first time. And in case , Tell Me You Love Me would not have sufficed, his documentary Simply Complicated explained to his fans and to the curious everything they needed to know about Demi Lovato, the pop star with a thousand demons. Unveiled exclusively on YouTube two weeks after the release of Tell Me You Love Me, Simply Complicated totals $ 24 million views at the time of writing these lines.

Its detractors have constantly repeated that her overdose has occurred “at the right time” but it is important to clarify that with or without emergency hospitalization last July, Tell Me You Love Me was destined to a great career. The online title “Sober” one month prior to the overdose was perceived by its fans as a pre-caution, a genuine call for help. But waiting to know when Demi Lovato is ready to return to the recording studio, just remember that , Tell Me You Love Me is officially platinum in the U.s. (1 million copies sold), he found the 60,000-makers in the Uk and 40,000 in Canada and has 1,238 billion streams on Spotify. In the rest of the music news here’s why the possible collaboration of Drake and Chris Brown made a real bad buzz !

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