The day is officially here! Although Demi Lovato released her entire new album a week early, today the highly anticipated Demi is finally available for purchase.
Since releasing her first album in 2008, Demi has come a long way and experienced a ton of obstacles that have helped her music grow. To celebrate the release of Demi, we’ve rounded up the videos from all of Demi’s hits to gauge just how much she’s changed and matured over the years.
“Get Back” was Demi’s first single, that she released in Summer 2008, after starring in the Disney Channel movie Camp Rock.
Although “Don’t Forget” was never officially released as a single, the emotional tune showed off a softer side of the then-16-year-old.
“Here We Go Again” was the first single off of Demi’s sophomore album in 2009, and although the tune didn’t get much recognition, it was a staple on the Disney Channel during that time.
“Remember December” never got officially released as a single in the United States, but it’s proven to be popular among fans.
Recording of Demi’s third album Unbroken was halted after she entered rehab at the end of 2010, but after being released in 2011, she immediately got back to work for a September 2011 release. The album’s lead single “Skyscraper” took fans inside the struggle and journey she went through over the year and debuted a much more emotional and mature singer.
Demi continued to grow as a legitimate artist with the album’s follow-up single “Give Your Heart a Break,” released in early 2012, which dominated radio airwaves all summer long and even made it to #1 on the Billboard 100 Pop charts.
In 2013, Demi released the single “Heart Attack,” off of her fourth studio album Demi. The song debuted and peaked at number 10 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart.
As her next single and summer anthem, Demi plans to release “Made in the USA.”