Demi Lovato says her new song “OK Not To Be OK” is just the beginning of her new era!
The 28-year-old singer opened up about the music she’s been working on when it will be coming out. Hint: soon-ish.
“It’s refreshing to get asked a question that I actually know the answer to, because there’s been a lot of interviews or things lately where people are like, ‘Hey, when’s your album coming out’ or ‘when’s your new music coming out?’ And I’m just like, ‘I don’t know,’” she told Apple Music. “But finally, we have some stuff coming out in the next, definitely in the next month or… Ish. Yeah. Around there. Like I said, this is the beginning of it. And this is the upbeat, energetic vibe.”
“I’m a firm believer in go big or go home. So, I knew that if I was going to have my comeback, I wanted to do it right. And Scooter, being the best manager in the business, knew exactly how to help me out with that. So, I was super, super excited,” Demi added.
She also shared that her new music will be very “purpose-driven” and less about herself.
“What I will tell you about is, earlier this year, I was focused on telling my story. When the pandemic hit and everything happened in 2020 that’s been going on, I realized that it is not about me anymore,” Demi said. “I need to share music that speaks for more people than myself. Because I’ve been sharing my story for a long time, but it’s time to switch gears and tell other stories that need to be heard.”
“This song [‘OK Not To Be OK’] is obviously very important to me and I’m so excited, but I think even over the next couple of months, the music that I’ll be releasing will be very purpose-driven. Well, definitely,” Demi shared.
“I feel like what we’ve kind of missed this year is music that kind of encapsulates everything that we’re going through. And so, this I feel like is the touchstone of what I’m about to embark on, being a very purpose-driven journey, and especially with my music,” she continued. “So, it’s great that I get to start it out light, and that I get to start it out in a way where I’m giving hope to people, by saying, you know what? We’re not all doing great right now, and that’s okay, and you’re not alone.”
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