Demi Lovato’s ‘I Love Me’ Emerged as a Winner in This Week’s Music Poll!

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Lovato captured Feb. 20 at The Flamingo House in Sacramento, Calif. Styling by Jonny Lichtenstein. Lovato wears a Rodarte top and Wixson Paris socks.

This Friday (March 6) denoted the finish of seven days brimming with numerous shocks and glad returns, including the early drop of a shiny new Megan Thee Stallion collection, an unexpected drop from Lil Uzi Vert, another track (and pregnancy uncover!) from Katy Perry and a Demi Lovato statement of self esteem her fans worship.

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The current week’s new music survey demonstrated that in spades: Lovato’s “I Love Me” represented about portion of the vote with an incredible 45% turnout, netting almost twofold the vote that Perry’s “Never Worn White” got (which falls in second with 24%).

Both “I Love Me” and “Never Worn White” are comes back to shape for the pop dynamos. “I Love Me” is Lovato’s second single of the year, and follows “Anybody,” the powerless song she performed at the 2020 Grammy Awards. “Anybody” filled in as her reappearance following a backslide and overdose in 2019, and that track, alongside the snappy, anthemic “I Love Me,” are two of the melodies off her yet-to-be-discharged new collection.

With respect to Perry, she’s been occupied as an appointed authority and mentor on American Idol while chipping away at new music: “Never Really Over” introduced another post-Witness period upon its drop in late 2019, and she’s discharged a surge of new singles into the new year, including “Harleys in Hawaii” and now this sentimental melody. While singing of holding on to wed the affection for her life, she uncovered a child knock toward the finish of the “Never Really Over” video (and almost broke the web all the while).

Following the best two fan-casted a ballot tracks in the survey is Lil Uzi Vert’s Eternal Atake, his first collection since 2017’s Luv Is Rage 2, and “Gaslighter,” the Dixie Chick’s for some time foreseen return – it’s their first single in longer than 10 years, and fills in as the presentation and title track for their expected collection.