Demi Lovato’s One-Year ‘Demiversary’ Is A Raging Success, Album Returns To iTunes Top 5

Mike Wass | May 13, 2014 2:54 pm

A full year has passed since Demi Lovato rocked the pop music world with 4th studio album Demi. Hollywood Records celebrated the LP’s first birthday by announcing a new version of “Really Don’t Care” as the next single and offering fans a special discount. And so far Operation Demiversary has been a great success. The opus is currently sitting pretty in the iTunes top 5.

It’s great to see the Disney diva’s most consistent and cohesive effort getting so much love. Demi has already produced three hit singles — “Heart Attack”, “Made In The USA” and “Neon Lights” — and spawned a blockbuster world tour. With another catchy jam headed to radio in the very near future, the LP still has a lot of life left in it. Listen to Demi’s latest after the jump.

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