Since then, we've been not-so-patiently waiting for its release, but in just a few days, Confident will finally be ours.
Demi's fifth album has not only been a musical journey for the singer, but a personal one as well. Her lyrics are more provocative, her confidence level is off the charts and she's taken on a "don’t f–k with me" motto.
So, what can we expect from her album? Well, here are nine things every Lovatic should know before they listen to Confident from front to back.
It Will Be "Next Level"
Demi has been working on this album for quite some time and she feels it will finally "show people what I can do."
Her Vocals Are Out Of Control
Demi is taking her vocal range to new heights, telling us that she was "able to hit notes on this album that I’ve never hit before."
Let's Talk About Sex
On her previous albums, Demi did have her guard up when it came to singing about certain topics because she was "worried about being the role model," but now she's feeling liberated, and if she wants to sing about sex, she's "going to sing about it."
Gunning For A Grammy
Demi is on a mission to win a Grammy with this album, calling it a “huge goal,” and she's hoping her ballad "Stone Cold" will get her there.
She's A Fighter
Demi has pulled from life experiences to get inspiration for her album, but also from UFC fighter Ronda Rousey, who she calls a "confident and strong woman."
Iggy Never Heard Her Demi Collaboration
The two besties have teamed up for Demi's song "Kingdom Come," but what's interesting about this is that Iggy never heard the track before laying down her verse.
“I was like, 'Do you want to hear it first?’ She’s like, 'No, it’s cool,'” Demi told us. “I’m like, you’re an amazing friend and I love you.”
It Crosses Genres
Demi wasn't just sticking with the pop sound on this album. She's mixing the "rock element" with "rhythmic flares" along with "soul music" and a little bit of metal music.
It Will Introduce You To Sirah
Some may know the rapper for her single "Bangarang" with Skrillex, but now she gets to cross over into the pop genre with their track, "Waitin' For You."
It Will Leave You With A Stank Face
And that's a good thing.