After tasting a successful post-rehab comeback with standout ballad "Skyscraper", Demi Lovato is now preparing a second single. Instead of picking up "All Night Long" which receives a lot of attention because Timbaland and Missy Elliott are featured on it, she's going to follow up the Toby Gad-produced track with a Ryan Tedder production.
"It's 'Who's That Boy' ft. @Devishot," Demi tweeted. The former star of Disney's "Sonny with a Chance" showcased the song for the very first time on live television when celebrating the release of her new album "Unbroken" on "Good Morning America" last Monday, September 19. During the gig, she performed it solo without the companion of her featured guest Dev.
Unlike "Skyscraper" which conjures up the hard path she went through the rehab, the brunette beauty shows off her fun, sassy side in this upcoming one. "I've been staring at ya/ And I could do it all night/ You're looking like an angel/ With the kind of body that needs a spotlight," she throws some flirty lines.
To support the single, the "Camp Rock" songstress is preparing a music video but remains tight-lipped about the details. "We're in the middle of getting the treatment and things put together," she simply told MTV about the project. "So hopefully we'll be shooting that soon."
Although her new songs are more mature than her music from previous albums, Demi insists they are still age appropriate for the girl of her age. "I think it's grown-up, but it's not too grown-up," she said. "It's not tasteless. It's growing up with my fans. It's [like] I'm not a kid anymore, but I'm also not a full-grown woman either. So I'm in that in-between stage, trying to figure out where that is."
"Unbroken" was released in the U.S. on September 20. Upon its arrival, Demi was flooded with congratulatory tweets from fellow celebs including her ex Joe Jonas. The Jonas Brothers star wrote to her, "So happy for you dem! Everyone go get #UNBROKEN." She replied, "Thank you Joe.. Means the world to me! Excited for Fast Life :)"
The other celebrities sending their supports included Paris Hilton and Kim Kardashian. The former gushed, "Love your new album #Unbroken! You have such a beautiful voice, so proud of you babe!" The latter tweeted, "My lil sis @ddlovato's album comes out today!!! I just got UNBROKEN! Go out & get it! Its sooo good! So proud of u Dem!"
Adding hype for the new release, 18-year-old Demi re-tweeted a fan message which informed the other fans about her early success on digital chart. "@ddlovato Wow 11 songs on the iTunes top 100! Congrats, you are such an amazing person and beautiful inside and out," Nighthawk_Cyrus posted.