Demi Lovato is really keeping herself busy during the last few weeks with her new songs, her new virtual appearances and encouraging people to vote.
Now she is taking it to the next level by directly addressing the President Trump with her new song, where she calls him out on rational injustice, COVID-19, and more.
In her recent tweet posted on October 14, Demi Lovato has dropped some lyrics of her New song “Commander in Chief ” and she has also dropped a video of the song. Watch the video, below.
Demi Lovato wrote in the description: “Won’t give up, stand our ground… We’ll be in the streets while you’re #CommanderInChief.”
In an other tweet, posted at afternoon of October 14, Demi has announced that her new song Commander in Chief music video will be officially out tonight at 8pm PT / 11pm ET. But you can listen Demi Lovato’s new song Commander in Chief on Tidal here. Alternatively, you can listen Demi Lovato’s Commander in Chief in the video, embedded below.
Demi Lovato has a few words for President Trump in her New song Commander in Chief
Demi Lovato wants to use her voice for more than just singing.
That’s why her new song, “Commander in Chief,” is directed toward President Donald Trump, calling out his response to racial injustice, the Covid-19 crisis and more.
Lovato, 28, spoke to media in a recent interview about the song and its message.
“There’s been so many times that I’ve wanted to write the President a letter or sit down with him and ask him these questions,” she told media. “And then I thought, I don’t really actually want to do that and I thought one way that I could do that is writing a song and releasing it for the whole world to hear and then he has to answer those questions to everyone and not just me.”
In the song, which Lovato co-wrote, she sings “Do you even know the truth/We’re in a state of crisis/People are dying/While you line your pockets deep/Commander in Chief/How does it feel/To still be able to breathe?”
Demi Lovato said she’s not looking to stoke division with the lyrics but hopes to encourage her supporters to stay engaged in the political process and vote in next month’s election.
“We have to turn up and vote because it’s so important that our voices are heard. And, honestly, for me, whether you are a Republican or Democrat, just get out and vote.”
Demi Lovato will perform the song for the first time at the Billboard Music Awards Wednesday night.
The President Trump has been known to take aim on Twitter at entertainment figures who have been critical of him, but Demi Lovato isn’t concerned about potential controversy.
“Bring it on,” Lovato said. “Prove to them you’re exactly who I said you are in the song. Just do it, go for it.”