The Lover in Me is the ninth studio album by Scottish singer Sheena Easton. It was released in November 1988 and was her debut for MCA. The album has a more Urban/R&B sound than Easton's previous recordings due to the production by well-known acts such as . Reid, Babyface and John "Jellybean" Benitez. The album's title track became a major hit, reaching on the US Billboard Hot 100 and on the UK Singles Chart
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Despite the album spawning some of her most popular tracks yet in Cool For The Summer and Confident, and being at the biggest peak her career had seen yet, something wasn't right. With that, Demi promised her newest work would be her most mature, honest and open album yet; and she certainly hasn't let her fans down. Channeling Christina Aguilera from the Stripped era, the finished product offers soul, RnB and holds absolutely nothing back. demi lovato 2017: star rocks see-through dress . And kind of persuaded other people, to. Tell Me You Love Me was later released as an instant gratification track. Opening with huge brass, the title song perfectly showcases Demi's powerhouse vocals. Allowing herself to become vulnerable, this is some of Demi's deepest work yet.
Tell Me Why" is a song produced by Swedish DJs Steve Angello and Axwell (both later members of the trio Swedish House Mafia) under the name Supermode (originally called Supermongo). The song interpolates two Bronski Beat songs from their album The Age of Consent. The music is sampled from the song "Smalltown Boy" and the lyrics are taken from the song "Why?". The vocals are reconstructed and performed by Hal Ritson.
On her sixth album, Demi Lovato finds a consistently compelling space: flinty, flirty R&B that’s just as thrilling hushed as it is at full blast. She’s never been scared of a booming vocal showcase in the Adele or Kelly Clarkson modes, and two of these showcases serve as early anchors on Tell Me You Love Me. The title track is a desperate plea for affection that gradually morphs into a declaration of self-love; You Don’t Do It for Me Anymore is even better, a soaring breakup anthem dedicated to Lovato’s old vices rather than an old flame. These are songs that seek to overcome you with sheer athleticism rather than construction or pacing. They’re impressive in isolation, but they also have the impact of a huge meal or a hard workout:.
Demi Lovato has revealed her sixth studio album, titled 'Tell Me You Love Me,' will be released Sept. 29, sharing a taste of the title track and what's presumably the album art in a post on social media. The singer's sixth studio LP will be released Sept. 29. Sorry, not sorry Taylor Swift, but if you think you're the only one who got to announce a new album on Wednesday (Aug. 23), you were mistaken. Wednesday afternoon, Demi Lovato revealed her sixth studio album, titled Tell Me You Love Me, will be released Sept.
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