Demi Lovato is back with a new upbeat, pop single “I Love Me,” from her forthcoming new album, which the details for are currently unknown but highly anticipated.
Lovato announced the new single earlier this week via an Instagram post saying “Couldn’t keep it a secret any longer!!! My new single #ILoveMe is out on Friday.”
Now, She has officially debuted the anthemic new song with a music video to accompany, which features the pop superstar looking stunning, dressed in a red leather jacket, a fashionable white shirt, vibrant red lip stick and a ponytail with hoop earrings.
In the video, Lovato is joined by a bunch of her “favorite people/closest friends” like Matthew Scott Montgomery, Cesar Silva, Angelo Kritikos, Chloe And Nash, Gracie McGraw, Emily Armstrong, Laura Hanson Sims and Sirah. Lovato is seen strutting through the street confidently as she sings the new song.
Lovato sings in the self-motivating song:
“Why do I compare myself to everyone?
And I always got my finger on the self-destruct
I wonder when I love me is enough”
“I’m a ten out of ten, don’t you ever forget
I’m my own worst critic, talk a lot of shit
I’m a ten outta ten even when I forget it“
The lyrics to “I Love Me” are all about self-love, self-acceptance and empowerment, which Lovato has learn to have for herself after getting a second chance at life after her near fatal overdose back 2018. “I Love Me” follows behind Lovato’s emotional ballad “Anyone,” which she debuted on the 2020 GRAMMYs Awards. Lovato also recently gave a soaring performance of the National Anthem at Super Bowl LIV on February 2.
Fans are anxiously awaiting the details on her forthcoming new album, as this would be the second song released from the album. The album would follow her 2017 release of her highly-successful, Tell Me You Love Me. Lovato teased fans in an Instagram live tonight saying “there is so many singles and collaborations” coming out soon that “may or may not make the album.”
Listen to the new song and watch the music video for “I Love Me” below:
Stream Lovato’s “I Love Me” now, HERE.