After releasing her summer hit, Good For You, Selena Gomez is ready to drop her highly anticipated album, ‘Revival.’ Not only will this be her first LP under her Interscope records after leaving Disney’s Hollywood Records last year, this will be a ‘Revival’ of all sorts for Ms. Gomez.
By the looks of the album artwork, it all seems to be a rebirth as well because shawty is showed up in her birthday suit. We’re all for this! Do you, Sellie. We’re just wondering how the parents are going to feel? Ah, parents and their opinions. Let us know in the comments if you think it’s too much, or if you’re down for the cause!
By Chris McPherson
Demi. Demi. Demi. Just a couple years ago, she was singing This Is Me on the Disney Channel screen, all while juggling releasing her first album and her own sitcom.
Photo Credit: Demi Lovato Album Artwork
But in her new release of Heart Attack, Demi has truly shown the world that she has grown past the Disney umbrella. Although she is still with Disney owned, Hollywood Records, Demi conveys a certain level of maturity in this new single.
In my opinion, Demi’s vocal chops were always on point. I would say she’s one of the best vocalist to walk through the Mickey Mouse franchise, but she was often overshadowed by the glory of Miley Cyrus, or the wholesome (ex-bestie) Selena Gomez. I wasn’t thought Demi was a little underrated. And after leaving her Disney sitcom behind, I thought this would last forever.
But Heart Attack can truly be the beginning of a breakout album. Yes, Give Your Heart a Break and Skyscraper were chart toppers, but Heart Attack soared to number one on iTunes in hours. She’s coming back with a vengeance, as well as a little steam gained form her stint on The X Factor.
This could be the beginning of a good thing for Lovato, but lets see if she can capitalize on this success and make it last.
Click below to listen and make your own opinion.