Demi Lovato Wants to Do 'John Mayer-ish' Songs for New Album


Demi Lovato
Demi Lovato is ready to follow up her debut album with another record, stating that she wants 'to do more John Mayer-ish type of songs.'


Demi Lovato shares that she wants to record songs, which carry similar sounds to John Mayer's, in her new album. The Disney star furthermore reveals she will be exploring her songwriting talent and penning some songs for the effort.

"I'm actually recording ... well, writing the album right now. It's going to take a different sound, so hopefully it goes over well," Demi tells MTV. "I sing a lot of rock, but this time I want to do more John Mayer-ish type of songs. Hopefully I can write with people like him. I love their music - it would be amazing."

On when the album will be outed, Demi says, "I'm guessing August. We don't have any of the songs ready yet, but I'm guessing August." She also adds, "I'll be headlining an arena tour and that will be throughout the summer. Maybe May to August, [or] September-ish."

Demi Lovato has released debut studio album "Don't Forget" in September 2008. She worked with Jonas Brothers in crafting materials for the record. Led with single "Get Back", the album peaked at number two on Billboard Hot 200, selling more than 300,000 copies.

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