"Tell Me You Love Me" is the sixth studio album by Demi Lovato. The album was released on September 29, 2017. It debuted at #3 at the US Billlboard 200.

The lead single, "Sorry Not Sorry", was released on July 11, 2017. It peaked at #6 on the Billboard Hot 100. It was certified Platinum by RIAA, ARIA, RMNZ, and Music Canada


Lovato recently posed for the June/July 2016 issue of Latina where she discussed about her new music. She stated: “

Demi: I don’t care about radio hits. When you try hard for that, it doesn’t happen. It’s songs like ‘Stone Cold’ that I don’t get tired of singing on tour. I get tired of singing ‘Give Your Heart a Break’ and even ‘Confident’ already. I have yet to reach my peak, and also, my voice is better now than it was a year ago. Now I can show people what I can do. There’s a lot of pain that I experienced over the past year, and I’m so ready to write about it. I’ve stayed sober through it all, I’m a stronger person, but it’s definitely been a very painful year.
She explained that her next album “will have a more soulful vibe.” [1] In an interview with MTV News, Lovato stated that she was influenced by many artists for the album, including Aretha Franklin, Christina Aguilera and Kehlani. Lovato also revealed that she worked with producers Pharrell Williams and Mike Will Made It, but their work would not be featured on the album.[2]

Lovato posted on 23 August, 2017 via Instagram the offical trailer of her upcoming album "Tell Me You Love Me" sharing the album title, release date and cover art. [3]


On September 29, 2017, Lovato celebrated the album by hosting a live stream event with VEVO, where she discussed the album and delivered acoustic performances of "Sorry Not Sorry" and "Tell Me You Love Me".[4] Demi also partnered with audio electronics company JBL to host a pop-up exhibition in New York City, showcasing the album's editorial photography and custom murals inspired by the album, created by contemporary painter Lora Zombie.[5]


  • "Sorry Not Sorry" was announced as the lead single from the album on July 6, 2017.[6] It was released on July 11, 2017. On July 19, the official music video appeared on Demi's YouTube VEVO channel.
  • "Tell Me You Love Me" is the first promotional single from the album. It was released on August 24, 2017. The song impacted pop radio as the album's second single and final on November 14, 2017.[7]

Promotional Singles

  • "Instruction" by Jax Jones featuring Demi Lovato and Stefflon Don was released on June 16, 2017. It was revealed to be on the deluxe edition of the album but not an actual single.
  • "You Don't Do It For Me Anymore" is the second promotional single from the album. It was released on September 8, 2017.
  • "Sexy Dirty Love" is the third promotional single from the album. It was released on September 23, 2017.


  • Demi confessed there won't be a collaboration with Ariana Grande in this album. [8]
  • "Body Say" won't be on this album. [9]
  • Demi was inspired by Christina Aguilera, Aretha Frankin, and Kehlani for the album
  • Demi worked with Pharell Williams and Mike WiLL Made-It, but their work would not be on the album.
  • The album was compared to Christina Aguilera's "Stripped" and Justin Timberlake's "FutureSex/LoveSounds".[10]
  • Demi Lovato stated that no more singles would be released from this album, as she plans to release a seventh studio album later in 2018.


Standard Version
No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "Sorry Not Sorry" Demi Lovato, Oak Felder, Sean Douglas, Trevor Brown, William Zaire Simmons Oak Felder, Brown, Zaire Koalo 3:23
2. "Tell Me You Love Me" Ajay Bhattacharya, John Hill, Kirby Lauryen Hill & Stint 3:56
3. "Sexy Dirty Love" Lovato, Felder, Brown, Simmons Felder, Koalo, Brown 3:33
4. "You Don't Do It For Me Anymore" Chloe Angelides, Ashlyn Wilson, James "Gladius" Wong, Jonas Jeberg Jeberg, Anton Kuhl, Mitch Allan, Scott Robinson 3:17
5. "Daddy Issues" Douglas, Felder, Simmons, Lovato Felder, Koalo 3:09
6. "Ruin the Friendship" Angelides, Brittany Amaradio, Ido Zmishlany, Lovato Zmishlany 3:53
7. "Only Forever" Lovato, Douglas, Felder, Toby Gad, Ilsey Juber Felder 3:17
8. "Lonely" (featuring Lil Wayne) Lewis Hughes, Dwayne Michael Carter, Dijon McFarlane, Nick Audino, Sarah Aarons DJ Mustard, Allan, Robinson 4:41
9. "Cry Baby" Lovato, Taylor Parks, Angelides, Noonie Bao, Jamie Sanderson, Kevin Hissink Sermstyle, Hissink, Parks 3:42
10. "Games" Lovato, Felder, Brown, Simmons, Douglas Felder, Brown, Koalo 3:08
11. "Concentrate" Lovato, Jeff Shum, Dayyon Alexander, Jimmy Burney, Adam Tressler Rush, Hr. Allan, Robinson 3:17
12. "Hitchhiker" Lovato, Shum, Alexander, Burney, Tressler, Winston Howard Rush, Hr. Allan, Robinson 3:43
Deluxe Edition
No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
13. "Instruction" (Jax Jones feat. Demi Lovato & Stefflon Don) Uzoechi Emenike, Stephanie Allen, Lovato, Timucin Aluo Jax Jones, Mark Ralph 2:45
14. "Sorry Not Sorry (Acoustic)" Lovato, Felder, Douglas, Brown, Simmons, Welder 3:25
15. "No Promises (Acoustic)" (Cheat Codes feat. Demi Lovato) Trevor Dahl, Matthew Russell, Kevin Ford, Lovato, Ari Leff, Loote Cheat Codes, Lauv, Jackson, Foote, Mitch Allan (vocal) 3:52
Target Edition
No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
16. "Smoke & Mirrors" Lovato, Ben Abraham, Aarons Abraham, Aarons, Allan, Robinson 3:57
17. "Ready for Ya" Lovato, Nick Jonas, Nolan Lambroza, Simon Wilcox Sir Nolan 3:30


  1. - Demi Lovato talks sixth album
  6. - Demi's tweet
  8. - 2:25
  9. - 1:40
Sept 29, 2017 • 42:59 • Island • Safehouse • Hollywood
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