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Tell Me You Love Me (Deluxe) by Demi Lovato

Album

Tell Me You Love Me (Deluxe)

Demi Lovato

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Album

Tell Me You Love Me (Deluxe)

Demi Lovato

Play on Napster
Released:
Label: Demi LP2 - Island/Hollywood
Already on her sixth album at 25, this pop princess has long abandoned moves age-appropriate for her initial tween demographic. EDM come-ons like the downright disco “Dirty Sexy Love,” almost electroclash “Daddy Issues,” horn-spiked “Ruin the Friendship,” and Stefflon Don-assisted deluxe-version dancehall add-on “Instruction” are most fun. But mostly she’s shooting for serious modern r&b, often busily overblown in either production (“Sorry Not Sorry,” “Cry Baby”) or Mariah-melisma (“You Don’t Do It For Anymore,” “Concentrate”) terms. Lil Wayne contributes a monotone Drake imitation to “Lonely.” And conflicted Demi can’t decide whether to apologize, or apologize for apologizing.

About This Album

Already on her sixth album at 25, this pop princess has long abandoned moves age-appropriate for her initial tween demographic. EDM come-ons like the downright disco “Dirty Sexy Love,” almost electroclash “Daddy Issues,” horn-spiked “Ruin the Friendship,” and Stefflon Don-assisted deluxe-version dancehall add-on “Instruction” are most fun. But mostly she’s shooting for serious modern r&b, often busily overblown in either production (“Sorry Not Sorry,” “Cry Baby”) or Mariah-melisma (“You Don’t Do It For Anymore,” “Concentrate”) terms. Lil Wayne contributes a monotone Drake imitation to “Lonely.” And conflicted Demi can’t decide whether to apologize, or apologize for apologizing.

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About This Album

Already on her sixth album at 25, this pop princess has long abandoned moves age-appropriate for her initial tween demographic. EDM come-ons like the downright disco “Dirty Sexy Love,” almost electroclash “Daddy Issues,” horn-spiked “Ruin the Friendship,” and Stefflon Don-assisted deluxe-version dancehall add-on “Instruction” are most fun. But mostly she’s shooting for serious modern r&b, often busily overblown in either production (“Sorry Not Sorry,” “Cry Baby”) or Mariah-melisma (“You Don’t Do It For Anymore,” “Concentrate”) terms. Lil Wayne contributes a monotone Drake imitation to “Lonely.” And conflicted Demi can’t decide whether to apologize, or apologize for apologizing.