The song, which serves as the soundtrack to 'Frozen', is originally sung by Idina Menzel who voices the Snow Queen in the upcoming Disney animated movie.
Demi Lovato has premiered a track called "Let It Go". Serving as the soundtrack to "Frozen (2013)", the song arrived just a month before the Disney animation movie is released.
The poppy and positive track features Lovato singing about someone who's fearlessly breaking free from her insecurities. "Let it go, let it go/ Can't hold you back anymore," she belts out. "Turn my back and slam the door/ And here I stand/ And here I'll stay/ The cold never bothered me anyway."
"Let It Go" is originally sung by Idina Menzel, who voices Elsa the Snow Queen in "Frozen (2013)". The song will be included in the movie's soundtrack, which is set to arrive on Monday, November 25.
As for the film, it is based on Hans Christian Anderson's fairly tale, "The Snow Queen". It tells the tale of two princesses, one of whom has the power to create snow and ice. After her power gets out of hand, she goes into hiding. Her fearless sister Anna, voiced by Kristen Bell, later embarks on a journey to find her in order to save their kingdom. The movie hits U.S. theaters on November 27.