Tell Me You Love Me

Demi Lovato - Tell Me You Love Me
Critic Score
Based on 7 reviews
2017 Ratings: #619 / 817
User Score
Based on 387 ratings
2017 Ratings: #567
Liked by 5 people
September 29, 2017 / Release Date
LP / Format
Island / Label
Pop Soul, R&B / Genres
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Entertainment Weekly

Tell Me wants to be something you play during a Netflix and chill session, but Lovato’s vocals often border on overbearing. 

On her sixth album, Demi Lovato finds a consistently compelling space: flinty, flirty R&B that’s just as thrilling hushed as it is at full blast.

She's usually done this with a pop bent, but with its cool surface, sharply constructed songs, and Lovato's controlled performances -- all elements that more than make up for her lyrical stumbles -- Tell Me You Love Me suggests soul may be her forte.

Slant Magazine

Lovato ... deserves credit for stretching beyond the dated power ballads and the vocal melisma she flaunted on previous efforts.

Rolling Stone
The LP gets bogged down in chilled-out trap pop (see the Lil Wayne-​assisted "Lonely"). But slow jams like "Concentrate" perfectly balance the downtempo and the energetic.
it's her most sonically cohesive body of work till date
Lovato gave her whole heart to this, the way she works with the different instrumentals and her vocals and picking up a bit of styles and leaving totally cohesive and not running away from her root is an evolution in so much, a difficult role and she got it easy. It's simply beautiful, sound and productive and even unexpected. Overall, the production and vocals of this album work perfectly and I'm intrigued to see what Demi Lovato will deliver on future projects, that's impressive.
her best album totally
Sorry Not Sorry 8.0
Tell Me You Love Me 7.5
Sexy Dirty Love 8.0
You Don't Do It For Me Anymore 7.0
Daddy Issues 9.0
Ruin the Friendship 9.0
Only Forever 7.5
Lonely 8.5
Cry Baby 8.0
Games 8.0
Concentrate 8.0
Hitchhiker 8.5
Precisa ser muito hater para não conseguir reconhecer a evolução da Demi Lovato. De todos os artistas que surgiram depois dos anos dois mil e estavam no mesmo nicho (ídolos teens de canais infanto-juvenis) é a da cantora a melhor carreira até agora, principalmente nos últimos anos. Depois de viver sérios problemas pessoais e precisar quase que recomeçar, Demi parece ter encontrado perfeitamente a sua voz como artista. Depois do ... read more
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Track List

  1. Sorry Not Sorry
  2. Tell Me You Love Me
  3. Sexy Dirty Love
  4. You Don't Do It For Me Anymore
  5. Daddy Issues
  6. Ruin the Friendship
  7. Only Forever
  8. Lonely (feat. Lil Wayne)
  9. Cry Baby
  10. Games
  11. Concentrate
  12. Hitchhiker
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Added on: August 23, 2017