Demi Lovato is Gearing up to Drop A New Docuseries

There’s a brand new docuseries in the pipeline and this one’s focusing on none other than Demi Lovato. YouTube recently announced a four-part docuseries in partnership with Demi.

The Michael D. Ratner-directed series is a follow up to her 2017 YouTube Originals documentary, ‘Simply Complicated’.

The 2017 documentary takes a serious look at Lovato’s rise to fame and the pressures that arrived with it. It chronicles her breakthrough as a teen star on Disney. ‘Simply Complicated,’ then tackles weightier issues like Demi’s first stint in rehab in 2010 due to an eating disorder and her subsequent struggles with bipolar disorder and addiction.

While the upcoming series does not have a title yet, it promises to give us a peek into the star’s ups and downs through her personal and musical journey over the past three years.

Fans are speculating that this series will most probably cover the star’s drug overdose and hospitalization in 2018. We’ll also surely get to witness her fantastic return to the music scene in 2020.

From her stunning performance of ‘Anyone’ at the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards to her moving rendition of ‘Star Spangled Banner’ at the Super Bowl and finally to her very first single of the year, ‘I Love Me’ – Demi Lovato has returned stronger than ever.

Well, until we hear more news of her docuseries, here’s hoping that she’ll continue to shower us with more lovely music along the way.

By: Nina Karun

Charlie Puth Pulls at Heart Strings with “Girlfriend”

Charlie Puth Releases new single

Charlie Puth is back in the music game with a brand new release. After teasing the new single, the 28 year old released the track, “Girlfriend”, on all streaming platforms.

The new song, which is Charlie’s first since the release of “Mother”, is a classic, up beat pop track. Complete with the bedroom pop sounds of generic popular music today, ‘Girlfriend’ sets out to please fans and followers with a familiar sound.

With the song, Charlie Puth details the push and pull in the early stages of a relationship. Singing of the in betweens and uncertainty of wanting to take the leap, he sings: “Tired of this conversation/ We didn’t come all this way
to touch a little, kiss a little// All night long, you wanna hear me say it/
I know I kept you waitin’.”

Over an upbeat pop track, he hits us with a cheeky chorus, singing: “Baby, would you ever want to be my girlfriend?/ I don’t wanna play no games// This is more than just a phase.” Cliche or not, Charlie Puth delivers some skillfull, technically sound vocals.

Speaking of the making of the track, Charlie Puth confessed to his Instagram followers, writing: “I spent a lot of time perfecting this one – this is for all of you”.

Girlfriend by Charlie Puth is available on all streaming platforms now.

By: Ahalya Narayanan