REVIEW – Demi Lovato Releases “REVAMPED” Album

It has become quite a trend in the music industry where artists are re-releasing their old tracks to how they wanted them to originally sound. Demi Lovato is another artist to add to that list!

“REVAMPED” is the newest album of Demi’s that showcases her previous hits. This time around, the tracks have a twist. The singer has re-recorded rock versions of these tracks meaning that this album is a rock album, rather than pop. Demi Lovato has always had that rock chic persona inside her, now she feels confident to release that side of her and the end result is a fantastic album that punk/rock lovers will enjoy.

“REVAMPED” sees ten tracks that were originally released all throughout Demi’s career. The album starts with “Heart Attack,” which is a great indicator of what is to come throughout the rest of the tracklisting. Other tracks include “Give Your Heart A Break,” “Confident,” and “Tell Me You Love Me.” Demi also invited a couple of other artists for some re-recordings to make them that extra special. Slash now features on “Sorry Not Sorry,” whilst The Maine add their signature sound on “Neon Lights.” Nita Strauss can also be found on the iconic track “La La Land” – a song Demi originally wrote with The Jonas Brothers back in their Disney Channel days.

The songstress also added some of her well known ballads on the record including; “Skyscraper” and “Don’t Forget.” Although the emotion to these tracks are still there, the singer has added that extra oomph making them even more addictive than they were before.

All around, Demi Lovato made an excellent choice to explore the rock genre more. Her powerful vocals were simply made for it. The album is now available to stream via all major streaming platforms!

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