Demi Lovato takes a break on social media again and announces new music


Demi Lovato takes time off from social networks, once again claiming a new report on page six. On Wednesday, the singer and songwriter, who recently spent time in rehab, shared a photo with a legend that said: "The next time you hear from me, I will be singing …"

The 27-year-old performer did not reveal when her new songs would arrive on the broadcasting platforms, but her fans understand that it is likely to be an announcement of new music to come. In addition, the star shared a publication about his stories that said: "Do not believe in rumors."

However, nobody really knows what he meant. Demi has not released a new single since the June 2018 song, "Sober." As previously reported, Lovato would have suffered an overdose and announced in August of the same year that he would take some time off.

On his Instagram account, Lovato also admitted that he had just started working with the megagerente, Scooter Braun, who also works with Biebs and Ariana Grande. The star declared that she was very inspired and excited to start a new chapter in her career.

Lovato's new album will be the first time he has published music while working with the manager. Previously, Lovato worked with another company, during which time he created and released six studio albums in total.

As noted above, Scooter is the manager of Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber and formerly of Kanye West. Braun has also been in the headlines for other reasons lately, including his widely publicized enmity with singer and songwriter Taylor Swift.

As previously reported, Scooter and Swift have been fighting since the summer months after it was revealed that Braun had bought his master recordings of Scott Borchetta's record label, Big Machine Records, now known as Big Machine Label Group.


Taylor took his Tumblr account after the purchase was revealed and described it as one of the worst things he could have imagined. Not long after, more controversy arose when Taylor accused Scooter and Big Machine Label Group of prohibiting him from performing his successful songs at the American Music Awards.

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