Making The Case: Demi Lovato Is Underrated

I can’t be the only one that thinks Demi Lovato should be getting the same acclaim as say an Ariana Grande, right? After Ryan Tedder of OneRepublic worked with her, he stated, “Demi blew me out of the water vocally! I had no idea how good her voice is. She’s one of the best singers I’ve ever worked with. Literally, that good… I mean, she’s a Kelly Clarkson-level vocalist. And Kelly has a set of pipes.”

Yes, I know, having a great voice isn’t everything. You have to have GREAT MUSIC as well. But at this point, Demi is five albums deep, and they keep getting progressively better.

Can we talk about “Body Say” for a minute? That song was freakin’ great, and it got no love whatsoever.

And honestly, “Cool For The Summer” and “Confident” should have been bigger than what they were too. I had a ‘scratch my head moment’ with all of those songs. Like, what is Demi missing? What MORE can she do? She beautiful, talented, and has a passionate fan base. On paper, she’s a record label’s dream… the full package.

I think Demi’s time is coming. I just hope she doesn’t throw in the towel before it happens. Some of her tweets back in 2016 had me nervous… like she was just sick of the politics in the music biz. And can you blame her? I feel like all it takes is that ONE SONG, then people suddenly will see what her lovatics have seen all along. Will that song be “Sorry Not Sorry?” I sure hope so.

See Also: Demi Lovato Explains ‘Sorry Not Sorry,’ Teases Upcoming Album

But the bottom line is, if she keeps delivering vocals like she did on “No Promises” and “SNS”… there’s only so long you can deny talent like that… right?

 

Mike Adam/92.3 AMP Radio

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