Demi Lovato’s Sixth Studio Album.
With a pop soulful flair, the album features collaborations with a number of notable songwriters and producers including Oak, Sean Douglas and John Hill,to Stint and DJ Mustard to name a few.
Review by Thomas Bleach
It’s only taken Demi Lovato six studio albums to find herself but she’s finally done it. “Tell Me You Love Me” is a triumphant collection of heartfelt soul-pop ballads with a couple of experimental bops thrown into the mix. It may not be flawless but it’s her most consistent work to date proving to fans and critics alike that she’s finally found herself. The album explores her break up with her ex-fiancé, finding her confidence within herself again and then delves into more personal topics like her previous substance abuse. Her vocals have always been strong but with this shift of musical direction they are stronger and more prominent. Lead single and album opener “Sorry Not Sorry” is one of a kind on this record. There’s no other club banger like it except for the try hard “Sexy Dirty Love” which ends up coming across tacky and forgettable. Title track “Tell Me You Love Me” is the strongest song on the album and introduces a soulful and gospel influence to her music. Your heart will break while listening to it but that just means she’s succeeded in captivating that emotion. But for Demi 8 good songs out of 12 is very good and surprising because usually her albums are riddled with flaws. Musically this is definitely her most consistent and her strongest record to date and she will leave you impressed.
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