Demi Lovato Opens Up About New Music At Teen Vogue Summit
Demi Lovato provided a (brief) update about the status of new music over the weekend. Saturday (November 2) the 27-year-old sat down for an expansive interview at the Teen Vogue Summit. According to The Hollywood Reporter, one topic up for discussion is what she’s been up to in the studio. “I have new music coming,” she assured the audience. Although she remained tight-lipped about when we’ll be hearing the material, she did have more to say. “It’s important to remember that I am so cautious this time around of jumping back into things. I’ve really decided to take my time with things, so when the time is right to release new music, I will put it out there.”
It looks like she’s just as ready as we are, though. “I am dying to release new music,” she added. Of course, this isn’t the first time we’ve had hints about Demi’s plans. Earlier this year the “Sorry Not Sorry” siren signed with super-star manager Scooter Braun. The following month, she teased that this could be her most personal project to date. “You know what’s great about making an album,” she asked on an Instagram story. “You get to say anything you want, be as open and honest as possible and finally tell your side of the story regardless of who might not like it.” This will be her first major musical project since being hospitalized for an apparent drug overdose last year.
Prior to that, she dropped her confessional ballad “Sober,” which seemed to address her experience with addiction. During the weekend’s event, the Tell Me You Love Me pop star also opened up about her current frame of mind. “I’ve changed a lot. I’ve gone through a lot,” she admitted. Demi added that she’s learned to recognize her resilience. “I genuinely see a fighter. I don’t see a championship winner in there, but I see a fighter and I see someone that’s going to continue to fight no matter [what] challenges are thrown their way.” I’m excited to see that outlook come through on the music that she’s been working on. In the meantime, revisit “Sorry Not Sorry” below.