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Demi Lovato: ‘Heart Attack’ Single Premiere!

Check out the premiere of Demi Lovato‘s new single “Heart Attack“! The track will serve as the lead single off her upcoming fourth studio album, scheduled for release this Spring. Produced by The Suspex and written by Demi, Mitch Allan, Jason Evigan, Sean Douglas and Nikki Williams, “Heart Attack” is a electro tingled pop track with some rock edge and a catchy hook. The song doesn’t scream hit single right off the bat but its indeed a great progression from her previous efforts and Demi‘s vocals are on point. What do you guys think?

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16 Comments

  • Cameron

    ^pitchy ? I’m not sure I hear that. I think it’s a nice paced song for Demi, it’s def. a grower, I’m sure we are looking at Top 30 at least.

  • Abe

    i think that its great I’m almost positive that it is not pitchy. Pitchy is when someone does not have control over their voice and here Demi most definitely does.

  • Jessi C

    Kinda feel like this is a step back for her. Unbroken had better dance type songs and lyrically this song seems like a 15 year old wrote it. Love demi and the song is okay, just expected a more mature sound from her.

  • Mike

    Always been a fan of Demi, I think she’s underrated. I think it’s her styling that’s keeping her back, it needs to be more edgy, her music is actually quite good. Her vocals are always on point.

  • Fabs

    I find myself waiting something more from her all the time, I would like to hear something more mature from her and maybe something club worthing, not something a 14 year old would be singing in the way home, dont get me worng is nothing wrong with that kind of music but I guess she already grow up and teenagers are obviously not her audience now neither should be.

    • Deeee!

      Teenagers are a huge part of every popstar’s target audience, whether it’s Demi or Madonna. This song is catchy and fun, and the vocals are exquisite. I don’t know what exactly you mean by mature, but I should point out that “mature” does not translate to “sings about sex”. Alicia Keys’ songs have pretty much the same “maturity” as this one, but no one says she’s immature. Face it, you just think anything she does is childish because she started out at Disney. And for someone screaming about maturity, your typing looks suspiciously like that of a 13-year old.

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