Lovato’s powerful new single hits the charts

Lovato's powerful new single hits the charts

Stefani Trejo

Demi Lovato’s new single “Sorry Not Sorry,” produced by Zaire Koalo, Trevor Brown, and Warren “Oak” Felder, has been a smashing hit. Released as a teaser for her new album Tell Me To Love You, the song started at 23 on the billboard 100; she also performed the song for the VMA’s on Sunday night.

Compared to her past hits, “Sorry Not Sorry” is more bass-oriented instead of Lovato’s usual electronic-based sound. With a mixture of R&B, which is becoming a trend in the music industry, her vocals are soulful and rough all at once, a bold move for Lovato.

Lovato’s lyrics are fearless. She sings about hate, relationships, and self-empowerment all at once. According to an interview with Lovato in Rolling Stone, this song is an anthem for anyone who’s ever been hated on and has risen above it and come out from the other side like a savage.She is unapologetically herself and is proud to be.

Her song helps girls who feel down about themselves show more confidence and courage to speak out and speak up. Overall the song is a brilliant hit and will be climbing up the charts.

The song is out now and is available on Spotify, Apple Music, and other music apps.