Multi-platinum Hollywood Records recording artist Demi Lovato is giving fans a “Heart Attack” by partnering with Google Play to offer her self-titled album Demi for free for one week, starting September 9, 2014. It’s her “thank you!” to fans and a celebration of the upcoming Demi World Tour.
Lovato launched the promotion via a personal video announcement to her fans on YouTube.
The free album includes Lovato’s latest single “Really Don’t Care,” chart topping tracks “Heart Attack” and “Neon Lights,” and will also include a special bonus track of her never before released audio recording of “Give Me Love” by Ed Sheeran.
Lovato is a singer, songwriter and television star with a fan base that includes over 24 million Twitter followers, 36 million fans on Facebook and over 6 million subscribers on YouTube. She is a platinum-selling recording artist. In addition to her musical accomplishments, she released the New York Times bestselling book Staying Strong: 365 Days A Year in 2014 and returned to television as a judge and mentor on The X-Factor and starred in Fox’s hit series Glee.
Lovato is an outspoken advocate for young people everywhere and has become a role model by talking openly about her personal experiences and speaking out against bullying, among other issues. She serves as an official Ambassador for We Day and the organization Free the Children. She recently launched The Lovato Treatment Scholarship Program, which helps people struggling with mental health and/or addiction issues cover the cost of treatment.
Download the DEMI album for free on Google Play. This offer is only available to U.S. residents.