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- Song Name: Really Don’t Care
- Artist Name / Band Name: Demi Lovato
- Featuring: Cher Lloyd
- Produced By: Rami & Carl Falk
- Album Name: Demi
- Release Date: May 20, 2014
- Genre: Bubblegum Pop, Dance, Pop
- Record Label: Hollywood
- Written By: Cher Lloyd, Rami, Savan Kotecha, Carl Falk & Demi Lovato
- Performance: Peaked at No.
- Sampled In: N/A
- Cover By: N/A
- Remixed By: N/A
Demi Lovato – Really Don’t Care ft. Cher Lloyd Review
It is time for ‘Really Don’t Care’ by Demi Lovato review. It could be hard for any listener to actually not care after listening to this track. The single, culled from her fourth album, has the basic elements of another pop delight that is out to capture everyone’s heart. The song appropriately combined her overpowering pipes with bubblegum fun.
It is still not clear if the inclusion of Cher Llloyd in the song helped. But obviously, the singer/model would make its music video visually enticing and interesting. Most music critics think the song could have done better without her. Lovato’s vocal prowess and the pop elements of the song could easily make this track an instant hit.
This song serves as a buoyant reprieve from the tracks in the album that came before it, ‘Nightingale’ and ‘In Case.’ Music reviewers agree that it comes like a glass of cold lemonade amid a scorching summer day. Clearly, it can easily be your top song of choice from this CD. In this track, Lovato definitely sings with a kind of beguiling sassiness, a bit before Cher Llyod’s voice gets in to make the song more interesting.