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Here’s Which Artists Will Be Featured on Demi Lovato’s Dancing With the Devil Album

It’s recently been revealed which artists will be featured on the new Demi Lovato album, Dancing With the Devil… The Art of Starting Over, which is dropping this Friday, April 2.

Two weeks ago, Lovato announced her collaborations through a Twitter thread where she posted snippets of various soundbites from the project and tagged different artists alongside a graphic of a butterfly to accompany each tweet. Among the features are Ariana Grande, Saweetie, Noah Cyrus, and Sam Fischer.

In a PAPER interview, Lovato spoke much about her forthcoming record which included revealing the title of some of the appearances. Her track featuring Grande is titled “Met Him Last Night” and her track with Saweetie is titled “My GFs are My BFs.” The Sam Fischer track, however, is one that everyone’s already heard, “What Other People Say.” The single, written by Fischer, himself, dropped early February.

This will be the pop star’s first album back since her 2017 release, Tell Me You Love Me. Appearing next to the artists featured on the new Demi Lovato album, The album’s roll-out includes a four-part docuseries on her, going in-depth about the creative process and the personal themes that drive her and the record. The first episode premiered last week, March 23, and it touched on her past addictions and the fateful night that almost cost her, her life. It vocalized much of what the trailer for the series did about her 2018 drug overdose, explaining how she suffered brain damage, had three strokes, and a heart attack due to it.

The documentary, “Dancing With the Devil,” which will be releasing more episodes will focus heavily on the raw and unfiltered look into Lovato’s life, career, relationships with her family, and her battles with addiction. She opens up for the first time, in front of cameras, alongside commentary given by her mother, stepfather, sisters, choreographer, friends, and the neurologist at Cedars-Sinai hospital who treated her brain damage after the overdose.

Featured Image: Instagram (@ddlovato)

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