Tell Me You Love Me

Album Review of Tell Me You Love Me by Demi Lovato.

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Tell Me You Love Me

Demi Lovato

Tell Me You Love Me by Demi Lovato

Release Date: Sep 29, 2017
Record label: Island
Genre(s): Pop, R&B, Pop/Rock, Dance-Pop, Contemporary R&B

66 Music-Critic Score
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Tell Me You Love Me - Fairly Good, Based on 5 Critics

Entertainment Weekly - 72
Based on rating B
72

Demi Lovato is a fighter. Literally. If you follow her on Instagram, you know she can kick serious martial-arts ass. But she’s also a lover. That’s the takeaway from her sixth, R&B-inspired album, Tell Me You Love Me. The 25-year-old has never been one to shy away from vocalizing her opinions, whether it be through music or social media. But while 2015’s Confident was a punchy, booming album that established Lovato as a powerhouse vocalist, the ballad-heavy Tell Me You Love Me suffers for some of its excessive vocal fireworks..

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Pitchfork - 72
Based on rating 7.2/10
72

You can learn almost everything you need to know about this decade in pop by tracing the careers of last decade’s Disney kids. Selena Gomez sat at the genre’s vanguard with a mixture of massive EDM-pop collaborations and whispery solo hits. Miley Cyrus ignited a still-burning conversation about race and appropriation and flew her freak flag with Wayne Coyne before remembering Republicans buy Spotify memberships, too.

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Rolling Stone - 60
Based on rating 3/5
60

Demi Lovato is at her pop-princess best when her majestic wail takes over, as the high points of the singer's sixth album attest. The title track channels the brassy clamor of her 2015 smash "Confident" into maximum-overdrive R&B; "Sexy Dirty Love" throws back to the robo-funk era, with Lovato using its fluid bass line as a springboard for vocal pyrotechnics. The LP gets bogged down in chilled-out trap pop (see the Lil Wayne-?assisted "Lonely").

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Slant Magazine - 60
Based on rating 3.0/5
60

Demi Lovato sounds as confident as ever on her aptly titled sixth album, Tell Me You Love Me. She owns her obsessiveness on the infectious “Daddy Issues,” a slice of musical pop-psych filled with one eyebrow-raising lyric after the next: “Don.

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Los Angeles Times
Their review was positive

In January 2011, Miley Cyrus and Demi Lovato both finished their stints on the successful Disney Channel shows that propelled them to stardom. Since then the two have focused on their singing careers while making time for the occasional return to acting. And on Friday each released her sixth studio album. If the women have been following parallel tracks, though, they.

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