Demi Lovato Releases Powerful Self Love Anthem “I Love Me”

Demi Lovato released a new powerhouse record on Friday and it is exactly the song girls and the whole world needed to hear. It’s all about accepting and loving yourself, even when it’s difficult.

Some lyrics that stand out are:

‘Cause I’m a black belt when I’m beating up on myself
But I’m an expert at giving love to somebody else

Oh, why do I compare myself to everyone?
And I always got my finger on the self-destruct
I wonder when I love me is enough (Yeah, yeah, yeah)
I wonder when I love me is enough (Yeah, yeah, yeah)

On top of that, she also released a new music video for the song. In the first scene she is seen conflicting with different versions of herself and ends up in a physical fight with her “old self”.  After winning against her past self, Demi proceeds to walk down the street, but if you look closer, there is more than what meets the eye. There are alot of references Demi put in the video to signify her past and how she got to where she is today.

A few of these include her walking past someone in her old camp rock attire, a version of the jonas brother and even an ambulance with someone in a stretcher that she reaches down to touch as they’re passing by (to signify her 2018 overdose).  She even numbly walks by a married couple that may signify her long relationship and how that person is currently engaged to someone else. They’re alot of symbols regarding her past, so make sure to be on the look out for all of them.

The video/ song shows her growth and her finally being able to love herself. It is such an important message, especially when comparison can be a significant problem  in the social media world

We love you Demi and are so proud of this new part of your journey!