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  1. 01. Symphony (feat. Zara Larsson) 02. Baby (feat. Marina & Luis Fonsi) 03. Solo (feat. Demi Lovato) 04. Rockabye (feat. Anne-Marie & Sean-Paul) 05. Mama (feat. Ellie Goulding) 06. Should've Known Better (feat. Anne-Marie) 07. Out At Night (feat. KYLE & Big Boi) 08. Last Goodbye (feat. Tove Styrke & Stefflon Don) 09. We Were Just Kids (feat. Craig David & Kirsten Joy) 10. Nowhere (feat. Rita Ora & KYLE) 11. I Miss You (feat. Julia Michaels) 12. In Us I Believe (feat. ALMA) 13. 24 Hours (feat. Yasmin Green) 14. Playboy Style (feat. Charli XCX & Bad Bhabie) 15. Beautiful (feat. DaVido & Love Ssega) 16. Tears (feat. Louisa) https://itunes.apple.com/cl/album/what-is-love-deluxe/1436738680?app=itunes&ign-mpt=uo%3D4
  2. Demi Lovato's mom opens up about the singer's overdose and not knowing for 'two days if she was going to make it or not' Demi Lovato’s mother is speaking out about the singer’s overdose for the first time. With Lovato’s permission, Dianna De La Garza talked with Newsmax TV and recounted the terrifying moment in July when she learned of her daughter’s overdose. She also revealed just how serious the life-or-death incident was, sharing that Lovato was in “critical condition” for two days. De La Garza is trying to bring awareness of the opioid epidemic sweeping America. “It’s still a really difficult thing to talk about. I literally start to shake a little bit when I start to remember what happened that day,” she began. “I was actually looking at my phone and all these texts started coming in.” De La Garza could see the first lines of the flood of messages saying things like, “‘I just heard the news, I’m so sorry, I’m praying for your family, I’m praying for Demi.’ I was in shock. I thought, what is going on? … My heart just dropped.” Soon, her phone rang. “I got a phone call from Demi’s assistant at the time, Kelsey. … I answered the phone and Kelsey was rambling like she had obviously been through something terrible, and she said, ‘I need to tell you what’s going on … you’re going to see a report come out.’ I stopped her and said, ‘Kelsey, just tell me what’s going on.’ The next words that came out of her mouth were words … that are so difficult to hear as a parent,” De La Garza recalled. “She said Demi overdosed. So I was in shock, I didn’t know what to say. It was something I never, ever expected to hear as a parent about any of my kids. … I said, ‘Is she OK?’ And she stopped for a second and she said, ‘She’s conscious, but she’s not talking.’ I knew at that point that we were in trouble.” De La Garza and her other daughters rushed to the hospital to which Lovato had been transported. “We ran into the emergency room to be by her side, and she just didn’t look good, at all,” she remembered. “She was in bad shape, but I said to her, ‘Demi, I’m here. I love you.’ At that point, she said back to me, ‘I love you too.’ From that point on, I never allowed myself to ever think that things weren’t going to be OK.” Lovato was in “critical condition” for a “couple of days.” “We just didn’t know for two days if she was going to make it or not,” De La Garza said. “I was very concerned, and I was trying to be strong for her and for her sisters and for my family back home. … I just feel like the reason she’s alive today is because of the millions of prayers that went up that day.” De La Garza also thanked the doctors at Cedars-Sinai: “I couldn’t have asked for a better team of people to save her life.” It’s the first we’ve heard just how dire the July 24 situation was. At the time, reports claimed that Lovato was hospitalized for an extended period of time due to “complications.” After 10 days, she was released from the hospital and immediately entered rehab. Lovato has been seeking treatment ever since. “I can honestly say today that she is doing really well,” De La Garza added. “She’s happy, she’s healthy, she’s working on her sobriety, and she’s getting the help she needs. That in itself encourages me about her future and the future of our family.” Lovato’s mother said she’s now become an “accidental spokeswoman” for the opioid crisis after going through this terrifying ordeal. “You don’t see it coming, and that’s the scary thing,” she explained. “The opioid crisis in America is at an epidemic level, and people don’t understand that until they start researching it. … After this happened, I started researching and looking into how opioids are killing our kids. … Every 15 minutes someone dies from an overdose.” She concluded, “I want to do whatever I can in this fight and fight with whoever will help me.” It hasn’t been confirmed what Lovato overdosed on, but a source maintained to Yahoo Entertainment that it wasn’t heroin, contrary to TMZ’s initial report. It’s believed to have been oxycodone laced with fentanyl. Before entering rehab, Lovato made a statement to her fans vowing to “keep fighting.”
  3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A5r8ns0KhPs
  4. 02 Agosto 2018 Demi Lovato podría ser dada de alta esta semana tras sobredosis de droga Según el portal de noticias TMZ, la cantante se está estabilizando. Ahora, sus cercanos planean llevarla a rehabilitación. La cantante Demi Lovato está mucho mejor de salud y podría ser dada de alta esta semana, según informó el portal de noticias TMZ. La artista, quien fue internada el pasado 24 de julio por una sobredosis de droga, estaría estable después de pasar varios días con complicaciones a consecuencia de esta recaída, que la mantiene internada en un hospital de Los Angeles (Estados Unidos). Según el medio, con esta posibilidad de salir próximamente, sus cercanos están haciendo planes para enviarla a rehabilitación. Se dice que su familia y parte importante del equipo que trabaja junto a ella, se alineó para ayudarla, pero que si ella no acepta internarse, su staff amenazó con abandonarla. “Ella podría morir si no lo hace, y eso no va a estar bajo mi supervisión”, comentó a TMZ uno de los miembros del equipo. El mismo medio informó previamente que la ex estrella de Disney recayó en las drogas y el alcohol hace varias semanas, y que su entorno le ofreció ayuda. La joven de 25 años, sin embargo, se negó a la rehabilitación. Hasta marzo, Lovato había pasado seis años sobria. Pero en junio, la joven publicó un nuevo tema titulado Sober (sobria), cuya letra relata su regreso a las adicciones: algo que rápidamente se interpretó como una confesión para sus seguidores. Para los cercanos a la artista, agrega TMZ, este último episodio que la tuvo entre la vida y la muerte, podría remecerla y hacer que acepte tratarse. Lovato fue encontrada la mañana del 24 de julio en su casa de Hollywood Hills (Los Ángeles), inconsciente y con signos de una sobredosis de droga, después de celebrar una fiesta en el lugar. La intérprete de Sorry Not Sorry lucha contra las adicciones desde su adolescencia. De hecho, con solo 18 años, ingresó a su primera rehabilitación. Fue justo entonces cuando, además, se le diagnosticó trastorno bipolar. Junto a eso, Lovato sigue combatiendo problemas alimenticios, que surgieron en su infancia, según confesó en el documental de 2017, Simply Complicated. Fuente: https://www.latercera.com/entretencion/noticia/demi-lovato-podria-dada-alta-esta-semana-tras-sobredosis-droga/267086/
  5. - 365 días desde su lanzamiento - Estuvo 252 días en el HOT 100 - En total, 36 semanas en el chart con peak de #6 - #1 en las Radios Pop de EEUU y muy pedida por el público (payola felizmente OUT) - 3X Platino (elegible a 4X) - Más de 930k en ventas puras - Es la tercera canción más escuchada de Spotify US con un total de 175m de reproducciones Y antes de decir que el éxito es sólo local: - 508.126.474 de reproducciones en Spotify WW - 467.453.721 en Youtube - +7.1m de unidades vendidas en el mundo - #9 en el chart de UK, 25 semanas en total y platino - #8 en Australia, doble platino - 3X Platino en Canadá - Platino en Nueva Zelanda e Italia - Diamante en Brasil, uno de los mayores mercados del mundo Y porque no somos sólo éxito sino también talento: - Estuvo en varias listas de Lo Mejor del 2017 - Idolator: "Es una jugada osada y acertada de Demi. No hay nada errado en Sorry Not Sorry. La voz de la cantante está increíble (como de costumbre)". - Billboard: "Los haters la van a odiar. Y Demi se va a reír en sus caras. La cantante se transforma en una heroína en Sorry Not Sorry, que es como un tiro a media noche". - Forbes: "Lovato muestra los poderosos vocales que la separan de sus pares hace años. Demi se mira al espejo y con toda razón, se elogia" Y recordemos la performance más icónica que tuvo donde se rie de los haters:
  6. Pop and Dance Pop are the clear favorites in the majority of states. Ed Sheeran’s “Shape of You” came in on top, having been streamed more than 1.7 billion times. At $0.0038 per stream, Ed has made upwards of $6.6 million on that song alone. In 6 of the 9 states that prefer Demi Lovato, there happens to be a higher-than-average female/male ratio (girl power for the win). Artists like Charlie Puth, Demi Lovato, Hailee Steinfeld, and Taylor Swift are made popular mostly by teens and preteens, and are all connected to states that have a population of 0-18 year olds above the national average. https://www.attsavings.com/resources/entertainment/top-spotify-artist-by-state/
  7. Through the years, she’s never been tied to any one musical trend. There’s only one constant, that unmistakable voice: sharp, powerful, surprisingly versatile, but not effortless -- because it’s hard to sing like she does. Across six studio albums, Lovato’s amassed a consistent, underrated catalog, but she’s never felt more relevant than she is now. Who knows what’s yet to come? In the meantime, here’s the best of Demi Lovato’s decade in pop, from now-vintage teen pop classics to more risqué anthems. 10. Something That We're Not 9. Remember December 8. Heart Attack 7. Daddy Issues 6. Don't Forget 5. Skyscraper 4. Sorry Not Sorry 3. Confident 2. Cool For The Summer 1. Give Your Heart a Break ¿Cuáles de la lista son tus favoritas? ¿Alguna que haya faltado?
  8. Me insertan los tweets por favor? https://twitter.com/ddlovato/status/1001385153338408961 https://twitter.com/ddlovato/status/1001385339653709824 https://twitter.com/ddlovato/status/1001386597139603456 ¿Emocionado por más slayage de la queenvato la queenvato?
  9. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5kWkGZs2nrg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v5EX_GR9YjA
  10. https://www2.xclusivejams.com/clean-bandit-feat-demi-lovato-solo-cdq-207492.html
  11. "Fall In Line" finds our two leads coming in hot over a slow-burning, soulful beat — and we'd have it no other way. Xtina sings a verse reminding young women of their invaluable worth. These women are not made to fall in line! Damn right. Then Demi's verse — again, whoa. Because honestly, if you're a male and you dare to talk over powerhouses like Xtina and Demi, you'll wither under their power. Smash the patriarchy! —Paper Magazine With the music industry still yet to face its some of its darkest demons, the pop superstars are taking charge by empowering their fellow women. Over booming, soulful production, Xtina begins by sharing some wisdom with young women: "In this world, you are not beholden / You do not owe them / Your body and your soul." The song grows in ferocity, as well as in its ambitious vocals, as Demi declares, "You're more than flesh and bones" before two belt and harmonize throughout in a move that seems to solidify Lovato as an undeniable voice of her generation. And while the song lets both divas' best qualities—those voices—shine, ultimately this track feels like Time's Up anthem the music industry needed. The message of "Fall in Line" aims to empower women with knowledge and uplift them, instead of waiting for the industry or world to change for them. — Fuse "Fall in Line" could very well be Liberation's "Beautiful," a fiery barn burner for little girls with dreams that allows Aguilera to really wring her voice for every drop of might be called ecstatic schmaltz. And, like "Beautiful," the song really works. —W Magazine The anthem sees the pop icons sing of the pressures women face, providing an empowering comeback to the negative stereotypes that surround women and girls. —NME It’s a melancholy spin on the empowerment themes of Aguilera’s “Beautiful” and Lovato’s “Confident,” but the underlying message are the same. The two singers trade lines and harmonize throughout over a backing track that recalls Lovato’s own record Tell Me You Love Me from last year. There’s also an impressive key change toward the end, as well as a deep male voice that intones “who told you you’re allowed to think?” It all adds up to one of the better songs released from Liberation thus far. —SPIN Xtina & Demi find an easy chemistry over an evocative production and stun with beautiful harmonies.Boasting a striking production and incredible performances from both Xtina and Demi, “Fall In Line” has all the signs of becoming a massive hit this summer. The Stripped diva is showing off her versatility on the LP so far. “Accelerate” highlighted her hip-hop sensibilities over its slick beats while “Twice” offered a moment for stunning balladry. However, this is the most pop and radio friendly song we have heard yet. —Idolator Titled “Fall in Line”, it’s an anthem for female empowerment featuring Demi Lovato, a fellow strong, outspoken woman and powerhouse vocalist. “Listen girls, listen closely/ Cause no one told me/ But you deserve to know/ That in this world, you are not beholden,” Aguilera rails against the patriarchy in the opening verse. “You do not owe them your body and soul.” —Consequence of Sound
  12. Preview 1: https://twitter.com/cleanbandit/status/996118127346946055 Preview 2: https://twitter.com/cleanbandit/status/996798774809972736 The Standom @TheStandom Wideboys remixed Clean Bandit & Demi Lovato's new single #SOLO
  13. Music News [email protected] [email protected] are reportedly set to debut their new single with @ddlovato on May 26 at @BBCR1. The music video was filmed yesterday. 12:04 - 26 de abr de 2018
  14. La cantante y compositora multiplatino, Demi Lovato por problemas de producción del tour reprogramó las fechas agendadas para el tramo latinoamericano de la gira Tell Me You Love Me. En Santiago se presentará el 14 de noviembre en Movistar Arena. En Santiago se presentaría el 26 de abril bajo la producción de Lotus. Las entradas adquiridas previamente siguen siendo válidas. Si no se está de acuerdo con esta reprogramación, puede solicitar la devolución del dinero desde el 11 de abril al 11 de mayo. Al respecto, la cantante informó en su redes sociales: “I’m absolutely heartbroken that I have to make this announcement today… due to production issues we have to move the South America #tellmeyoulovemetour dates Ecuador, Costa Rica, and Panama I’m devastated we had to remove those shows. Truly hate that we have to do this and we tried our best to make it happen but there were some unforeseen production issues. If you’re unable to make any of these new dates we will give you a full refund. I’m so sorry, I know this is a bummer. For those who can go, I promise it will be worth the wait and I hope to see you all then. I love you guys so much!”. “Estoy absolutamente desconsolada por tener que hacer este anuncio hoy … debido a problemas de producción tenemos que mover las fechas de Sudamérica de #tellmeyoulovemetour Ecuador, Costa Rica y Panamá. Estoy devastada porque tuvimos que eliminar estos shows. Verdaderamente odio que tengamos que hacer esto e hicimos todo lo posible para que sucediera, pero hubo algunos problemas de producción imprevistos. Si no puedes ir a ninguna de estas nuevas fechas, te devolveremos el dinero íntegramente. Lo siento mucho, sé que es una lástima. Para aquellos que pueden ir, prometo que valdrá la pena la espera y espero verlos a todos entonces. ¡Chicos, los quiero mucho!”. Detalles sobre el proceso de devolución: Si no está de acuerdo con este cambio puede solicitar la devolución del dinero desde el 11 de abril al 11 de mayo. Si no ha retirado sus entradas, escriba a [email protected], adjuntando los datos de compra. Si ya tiene las entradas en su poder, acuda a cualquier punto de venta. La devolución del dinero, en ambos sistemas de compra, se realiza a través del mismo medio por el cual compró con una demora aproximada de 25 días hábiles. Las entradas para el regreso de Demi Lovato a Chile están a la venta a través del sistema Punto Ticket http://www.puntoticket.com/demilovato
  15. Demi Lovato regresa a Chile La cantante se presentará en abril en el Movistar Arena Demi Lovato regresa a Chile. La cantante estadounidense traerá a Latinoamérica su gira "Tell Me You Love Me" con la que visitará 11 ciudades, comenzando el 15 de abril en Sao Paulo, Brasil. En Santiago, la voz de "Sorry not sorry" se presentará el 26 de abril en Movistar Arena. "Tell Me You Love Me" es el nombre de su sexto álbum de estudio que fue publicado a finales de septiembre. Junto con este trabajo, Lovato lanzó un documental de 78 minutos llamado "Simply Complicated", que ha acumulado más de 13 millones de visitas hasta la fecha. Esta será la cuarta vez de Demi Lovato en Chile, tras sus presentaciones en los años 2010, 2012 y 2014 en el recinto del Parque O'Higgins. Las entradas para el regreso de Demi Lovato a Chile estarán a la venta a partir del 22 de febrero al mediodía en Puntoticket y tiene los siguientes valores: https://www.publimetro.cl/cl/entretenimiento/2018/02/15/demi-lovato-regresa-chile.html
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