Demi Lovato discography

American singer Demi Lovato has released six studio albums, thirty-three singles (eleven as a featured artist), and forty music videos. Prior to launching her music career, Lovato starred in the Disney Channel musical television film Camp Rock, which first aired on June 20, 2008.[1] Lovato's duet with Joe Jonas, "This Is Me", was released as a single from the film's accompanying soundtrack and peaked at number nine on the Billboard Hot 100, as well as inside the top twenty in Brazil, Canada, and Austria.

Demi Lovato discography
Demi Lovato Future Now Tour 3.jpg
Lovato performing in San Antonio, Texas during the Future Now Tour
Studio albums6
Video albums2
Music videos40
EPs3
Singles33
Soundtrack albums2
Promotional singles11

After signing with Hollywood Records,[2] Lovato released her debut solo single, "Get Back", which peaked at number forty-three in the United States. Her debut studio album, Don't Forget (2008), debuted at number two on the Billboard 200, selling 89,000 copies in its first week of release.[3] The second single from the album, "La La Land", peaked at number fifty-two in the US and in the top forty in the United Kingdom and Ireland. The third and final single, "Don't Forget", peaked at number forty-one in the US. Don't Forget has sold over 549,000 copies in the United States and has been certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). All three singles from the album have also sold over 500,000 copies in the US, with the latter two selling over 900,000.[4][5]

Lovato's second studio album, Here We Go Again (2009), debuted at number one in the US, with first-week sales of 108,000 copies, and has since sold 514,000 in the US, also being certified Gold by the RIAA, as well as Platinum in Brazil.[5][6] The album also debuted in the top ten of Canada and New Zealand. Its lead single and title track became her first top-fifteen entry on the Billboard Hot 100 as a solo artist, and has been certified Platinum by the RIAA. The album also spawned the single "Remember December", which peaked at number 80 in the UK. Lovato followed with a collaboration with We The Kings, entitled "We'll Be a Dream", and the release of Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam (2010).

Lovato released her third studio album, Unbroken, in 2011. The album debuted at number four on the Billboard 200 with first-week sales of 97,000 copies.[7] It has since sold 527,000 copies in the US and been certified Gold by the RIAA.[5] The albums lead single, "Skyscraper", had US sales of 176,000 downloads in its first week, debuting at number ten in the US.[8] It also reached the top ten in the UK and New Zealand. "Skyscraper" has since sold over 1,600,000 downloads in the US. "Give Your Heart a Break" was released as the second and final single from Unbroken in January 2012, and reached the top twenty in the US.[9] It also broke the record for the longest climb to number one on US pop radio at the time. It has been certified Triple Platinum in the country.

Lovato's fourth studio album Demi (2013) entered the Billboard 200 at number three. Its first week sales were of 110,000 which made it Lovato's highest first week sales for an album. The album has been certified Gold in the US, UK, and Canada. The album's lead single "Heart Attack" reached the top 10 in the US, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, and the UK. Its opening week saw US sales of 215,000, and it became her fastest single to be certified Double Platinum in the nation. The album also spawned other singles "Made in the USA",[10] "Neon Lights" and "Really Don't Care", with the latter two peaking inside the top forty of multiple countries worldwide and being certified Platinum in the United States. Lovato also collaborated with The Vamps on a track called "Somebody to You" and with Olly Murs on another track called "Up". Both tracks peaked at number four in the UK charts, with the latter being certified platinum in the country.

Lovato's fifth studio album, Confident (2015) debuted at number two on the Billboard 200 with first-week sales of 97,000 copies, and was nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album at the 59th Grammy Awards.[11] Its lead single "Cool for the Summer" peaked at number eleven in the US and is also certified triple Platinum in the nation, with one million pure copies sold.[12] The album also spawned other singles, "Confident", which peaked at number twenty-one on the Hot 100 and was certified double Platinum in the US also with one million pure copies, and "Stone Cold", which has been certified platinum in the US. The album has also been certified platinum by RIAA.[13] It is Lovato's third album certified platinum after Camp Rock soundtrack and Tell me you love me. Fall Out Boy released a remix of their song "Irresistible" featuring Lovato, which peaked at number forty-eight in the US. Later, Lovato joined Brad Paisley on a song called "Without a Fight" and also released a buzz-track entitled "Body Say".

Before the release of her sixth studio album, Lovato collaborated with Cheat Codes on "No Promises", which peaked at number thirty-eight in the Hot 100 and has been certified platinum in the US, and with Jax Jones and Stefflon Don on "Instruction" which peaked at number thirteen in the UK. Tell Me You Love Me was released on September 29, 2017, and reached the top five in the US, Canada, Spain, and the UK and has been certified platinum by RIAA. The record's lead single, "Sorry Not Sorry", reached the top 10 in the US, Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, and the UK and was certified 5x platinum in US.[14]The album’s title track peaked at number fifty-three in the Hot 100 and has been certified double platinum by RIAA.[15] After these releases, Lovato collaborated with Luis Fonsi on "Échame la Culpa", which reached the top of the charts in twenty countries and has been certified Diamond in Brazil and Mexico, with DJ Khaled on "I Believe" for the A Wrinkle in Time soundtrack, with Christina Aguilera on "Fall in Line", which received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards, giving Lovato her second nomination, and with Clean Bandit on "Solo", which topped the charts of sixteen countries, became the most searched song of 2018 on Shazam worldwide, and became one of the best-selling singles of all time worldwide.

AlbumsEdit

Studio albumsEdit

List of albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales Certifications
US
[16]
AUS
[17]
BEL (FL)
[18]
CAN
[19]
IRL
[20]
ITA
[21]
NZ
[22]
SCO
[23]
SPA
[24]
UK
[25]
Don't Forget 2 161 9 84 77 34 13 192
  • WW: 1,000,000[A]
  • US: 575,000[B]
Here We Go Again
  • Released: July 21, 2009
  • Label: Hollywood
  • Format: CD, digital download
1 40 88 5 96 10 35 199
Unbroken
  • Released: September 20, 2011
  • Label: Hollywood
  • Format: CD, digital download
4 20 25 4 44 22 3 46 24 45
Demi
  • Released: May 10, 2013
  • Label: Hollywood
  • Format: CD, digital download
3 14 19 1 5 4 7 7 3 10
Confident
  • Released: October 16, 2015
  • Label: Hollywood, Island, Safehouse
  • Format: CD, digital download
2 3 3 1 3 7 2 2 4 6
Tell Me You Love Me
  • Released: September 29, 2017
  • Label: Island, Hollywood, Safehouse
  • Format: CD, LP, digital download
3 8 10 4 7 12 6 6 4 5
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that territory.

Video albumsEdit

Title Album details
Be Like a Pop Star[29]
  • Released: August 26, 2008
  • Label: Well Go USA
  • Formats: DVD, digital download
Live Walmart
Soundcheck
[30]
  • Released: November 10, 2009
  • Label: Hollywood
  • Formats: DVD, digital download

Extended playsEdit

Title Details
iTunes Live
from London
[31]
  • Released: May 17, 2009
  • Label: Hollywood
  • Formats: Digital download
Live Walmart
Soundcheck
[30]
  • Released: November 10, 2009
  • Label: Hollywood
  • Formats: CD, digital download
Spotify Sessions
(Live from NYC)
[32]
  • Released: January 8, 2016
  • Label: Hollywood, Island, Safehouse
  • Formats: Streaming

SinglesEdit

As lead artistEdit

List of singles as lead artist, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Sales Certifications Album
US
[33]
AUS
[17]
CAN
[34]
FRA
[35]
IRL
[20]
ITA
[36]
NZ
[22]
SCO
[23]
SWE
[37]
UK
[38]
"This Is Me"
(with Joe Jonas)
2008 9 46 16 27 25 68 33 Camp Rock
"Get Back" 43 141 93 Don't Forget
"La La Land" 52 76 30 18 35
"Don't Forget" 2009 41 76 120
  • US: 1,100,000[P]
"Send It On"
(with Miley Cyrus, Jonas Brothers and Selena Gomez)
20 Non-album single
"Here We Go Again" 15 129 61 38 199
  • RIAA: Platinum[4]
Here We Go Again
"Remember December" 2010 422 70 80
"Wouldn't Change a Thing"
(with Joe Jonas or Stanfour)
[R] 90 57 71 Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam
"Skyscraper" 2011 10 45 18 15 9 6 7
  • WW: 1,400,000[S]
  • US: 1,600,000[T]
  • UK: 223,000[U]
Unbroken
"Give Your Heart a Break" 2012 16 19 162 9 194
  • WW: 3,300,000[V]
  • US: 2,200,000[W]
  • RIAA: 3× Platinum[4]
  • RMNZ: Gold[43]
"Heart Attack" 2013 10 41 7 69 3 28 9 3 52 3
  • WW: 3,700,000[X]
  • US: 2,100,000[Y]
  • UK: 298,000[Z]
Demi
"Made in the USA" 80 50 100 61 89
"Let It Go" 38 25 31 131 34 15 13 32 25 42 Frozen
"Neon Lights" 36 40 67 12 9 15 Demi
"Really Don't Care"
(featuring Cher Lloyd)
2014 26 81 24 82 36 50 92
  • RIAA: Platinum[4]
"Cool for the Summer" 2015 11 20 14 64 18 52 9 3 63 7 Confident
"Confident" 21 35 26 104 61 84 27 27 67 65
"Stone Cold" 2016 [AI] 79
"Body Say" 84 59 135 [AK] 71 188 Non-album single
"Sorry Not Sorry" 2017 6 8 18 55 8 58 6 12 34 9
  • RIAA: 5× Platinum[4]
  • ARIA: 2× Platinum[55]
  • BPI: Platinum[27]
  • BVMI: Gold[56]
  • FIMI: Platinum[49]
  • MC: 3× Platinum[28]
  • RMNZ: Platinum[57]
Tell Me You Love Me
"Tell Me You Love Me" 53 32 185 92 [AM] 58 [AN] 85
"Échame la Culpa"
(with Luis Fonsi)
47 80 35 18 40 6 [AO] 25 6 46 Vida
"Sober" 2018 47 50 48 90 34 [AP] 24 83 63 Non-album singles
"Anyone"[65] 2020 To be released
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that territory.

As featured artistEdit

List of singles as featured artist, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Sales Certifications Album
US
[33]
AUS
[17]
CAN
[34]
FRA
[35]
GER
[66]
IRL
[20]
ITA
[21]
NZ
[22]
SCO
[23]
UK
[67]
"We Rock"
(among the cast of Camp Rock)
2008 33 97 Camp Rock
"We'll Be a Dream"
(We the Kings featuring Demi Lovato)
2010 76 Smile Kid
"Somebody to You"
(The Vamps featuring Demi Lovato)
2014 [AR] 14 68 153 10 17 1 4 Somebody to You and Meet the Vamps
"Up"
(Olly Murs featuring Demi Lovato)
14 17 3 15 9 3 4 Never Been Better
"Irresistible" (Remix)
(Fall Out Boy featuring Demi Lovato)
2015 48 82 70 Make America Psycho Again[AU]
"Without a Fight"
(Brad Paisley featuring Demi Lovato)
2016 [AV] Non-album singles
"No Promises"
(Cheat Codes featuring Demi Lovato)
2017 38 17 53 163 44 15 45 20 19 18
"Instruction"
(Jax Jones featuring Demi Lovato and
Stefflon Don)
72 145 31 29 [AW] 10 13 Snacks and Snacks (Supersize)
"I Believe"
(DJ Khaled featuring Demi Lovato)
2018 A Wrinkle in Time
"Fall in Line"
(Christina Aguilera featuring Demi Lovato)
[AX] 97 130 56
[80]
99
[81]
Liberation
"Solo"
(Clean Bandit featuring Demi Lovato)
58 7 14 4 1 1 16
[82]
21 2
[83]
1
  • RIAA: Platinum[4]
  • ARIA: 2× Platinum[84]
  • BPI: 2× Platinum[27]
  • BVMI: Platinum[56]
  • FIMI: 2× Platinum[49]
  • IRMA: 2× Platinum[85]
  • MC: 2× Platinum[28]
  • RMNZ: Gold[86]
What Is Love?
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that territory.

Promotional singlesEdit

List of promotional singles, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart
positions
Album
US
[87]
US
Dig.

[88]
NZ
Heat.

[89]
SWE
Heat.

[90]
UK
[91]
"Moves Me"[92] 2008 Non-album singles
"Bounce"[93][94]
(with Jonas Brothers featuring Big Rob)
2009
"Gift of a Friend"[95] Here We Go Again
"Make a Wave"
(with Joe Jonas)
2010 84 50 Non-album single
"It's On"[96]
(among the cast of Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam)
Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam
"Can't Back Down"[97] 178
"Me, Myself and Time" [AY] Sonny with a Chance
"I Hate You, Don't Leave Me"[98] 2014 Demi
"You Don't Do It for Me Anymore" 2017 40 4 9 Tell Me You Love Me
"Sexy Dirty Love"[99] 7
"Don't Go Breaking My Heart"[100][101]
(Q-Tip featuring Demi Lovato)
2018 Revamp: Reimagining the Songs of Elton John & Bernie Taupin
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that territory.

Other charted songsEdit

List of songs, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US
[33]
CAN
[102]
ITA
[36]
UK
[103]
"Who Will I Be?" 2008 [AZ] 80 169 Camp Rock
"On the Line"
(featuring Jonas Brothers)
100 Don't Forget
"One and the Same"
(with Selena Gomez)
2009 82 Disney Channel Playlist
"Catch Me" 89 Here We Go Again
"Fix a Heart" 2011 69 78 Unbroken
"Unbroken" 98
"All Night Long"
(featuring Missy Elliott and Timbaland)
[BA]
"Lightweight" [BB]
"Warrior" 2013 [BC] Demi
"Heart by Heart" 86 115 The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that territory.

Guest appearancesEdit

List of non-single guest appearances, with other performing artists, showing year released and album name
Title Year Other artist(s) Album
"That's How You Know" 2008 None Disneymania 6
"Wonderful Christmastime" All Wrapped Up
"One and the Same" 2009 Selena Gomez Disney Channel Playlist
"This Is Me" Jonas Brothers Music from the 3D Concert Experience
"What to Do" 2010 None Sonny with a Chance
"Work of Art"
"So Far, So Great"
"Why Don't You Love Me?" 2011 Hot Chelle Rae Whatever
"Heart by Heart" 2013 None The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones
"Here Comes the Sun" Glee Cast Glee Sings the Beatles
"Roar" Glee Cast
Adam Lambert
A Katy or a Gaga
"The Happening" 2014 Non-album songs
"Hold On"[104]
"Avalanche" Nick Jonas Nick Jonas
"I Will Survive" 2016 None The Angry Birds Movie
"I'll Be Home for Christmas" 2017 Spotify Singles – Holiday
"Ain't No Way" Spotify Singles

Music videosEdit

As lead artistEdit

Title Year Director(s) Other artist(s)
"Get Back" 2008 Philip Andelman[105] None
"La La Land" Brendan Malloy
Tim Wheeler[106]
"Don't Forget" 2009 Robert Hales[107]
"Lo Que Soy" Edgar Romero[108]
"Here We Go Again" Brendan Malloy
Tim Wheeler[109]
"One and the Same" Brandon Dickerson Selena Gomez
"Send It On" None Jonas Brothers
Miley Cyrus
Selena Gomez
"Gift of a Friend" None
"Bounce" JBD Productions[110] Jonas Brothers
Big Bob
"Remember December" Tim Wheeler[111] None
"Make a Wave" 2010 None Joe Jonas
"It's On" Brandon Dickerson[112] Cast of Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam
"Wouldn't Change a Thing" None Stanfour[113]
"Skyscraper" 2011 Mark Pellington[114] None
"Give Your Heart a Break"
(Lyric Video)
None
"Give Your Heart a Break" 2012 Justin Francis[115]
"Heart Attack" 2013 Chris Applebaum[116]
"Made in the USA" Demi Lovato
Ryan Pallotta[117]
"Let It Go" Declan Whitebloom[118]
"Neon Lights" Ryan Pallotta[119]
"In Case" 2014 Michael Sarner[120]
"Really Don't Care" Ryan Pallotta[121] Cher Lloyd
"Really Don't Care"
(Lyric Video)
None
"Nightingale" Black Coffee[122] None
"Cool for the Summer" 2015 Hannah Lux Davis[123]
"Cool for the Summer"
(Lyric Video)
None
"Confident" Robert Rodriguez[124]
"Waitin for You" Black Coffee[125] Sirah
"Stone Cold" 2016 Patrick Ecclesine None
"Sorry Not Sorry" 2017 Hannah Lux Davis
"Échame la Culpa" Carlos R. Perez[126] Luis Fonsi
"Tell Me You Love Me" Mark Pellington[127] None

As featured artistEdit

Title Year Main artist(s) Director(s)
"We'll Be a Dream" 2010 We the Kings Raul B. Fernandez[128]
"Somebody to You" 2014 The Vamps Emil Nava[129]
"Up" Olly Murs Ben Turner
Gabe Turner[130]
"Irresistible" 2016 Fall Out Boy Wayne Isham[131]
"Without a Fight" Brad Paisley Jeff Venable
"No Promises" 2017 Cheat Codes Hannah Lux Davis
"Instruction" Jax Jones Ozzie Pullin[132]
"I Believe" 2018 DJ Khaled N/A
"Don't Go Breaking My Heart" Q-Tip
"Fall in Line" Christina Aguilera Luke Gilford
"Solo" Clean Bandit Grace Chatto
Jack Patterson
"Solo"
(Japan Edition)
Yutaka Obara[133]

Guest appearancesEdit

Title Year Artist Director
"Something New"
(featuring Ty Dolla Sign)
2017 Wiz Khalifa Bryan Barber
"Deadbeat"
(featuring Skrillex)
Sirah David Forehand
Sirah

FootnotesEdit

  1. ^ Worldwide sales figures for Don't Forget as of March 2016.[26]
  2. ^ United States sales figures for Don't Forget as of October 2017.[5]
  3. ^ Worldwide sales figures for Here We Go Again as of March 2016.[26]
  4. ^ United States sales figures for Here We Go Again as of October 2017.[5]
  5. ^ Worldwide sales figures for Unbroken as of March 2016.[26]
  6. ^ United States sales figures for Unbroken as of October 2017.[5]
  7. ^ Worldwide sales figures for Demi as of March 2016.[26]
  8. ^ United States sales figures for Demi as of October 2017.[5]
  9. ^ Worldwide sales figures for Confident as of March 2016.[26]
  10. ^ United States sales figures for Confident as of October 2017.[5]
  11. ^ United States sales figures for Tell Me You Love Me as of September 2017.[5]
  12. ^ Worldwide sales figures for "This Is Me" as of March 2016.[26]
  13. ^ United States sales figures for "This Is Me" as of October 2017.[5]
  14. ^ United States sales figures for "Get Back" as of October 2017.[5]
  15. ^ United States sales figures for "La La Land" as of October 2017.[5]
  16. ^ United States sales figures for "Don't Forget" as of October 2017.[5]
  17. ^ United States sales figures for "Here We Go Again" as of October 2017.[5]
  18. ^ "Wouldn't Change a Thing" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 but peaked at number 10 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[39]
  19. ^ Worldwide sales figures for "Skyscraper" as of March 2016.[26]
  20. ^ United States sales figures for "Skyscraper" as of October 2017.[5]
  21. ^ United Kingdom sales figures for "Skyscraper" as of September 2017.[40]
  22. ^ Worldwide sales figures for "Give Your Heart a Break" as of March 2016.[26]
  23. ^ United States sales figures for "Give Your Heart a Break" as of October 2017.[5]
  24. ^ Worldwide sales figures for "Heart Attack" as of March 2016.[26]
  25. ^ United States sales figures for "Heart Attack" as of October 2017.[5]
  26. ^ United Kingdom sales figures for "Heart Attack" as of September 2017.[40]
  27. ^ United States sales figures for "Made in the USA" as of October 2017.[5]
  28. ^ Worldwide sales figures for "Let It Go" as of March 2016.[26]
  29. ^ United States sales figures for "Let It Go" as of October 2017.[5]
  30. ^ United States sales figures for "Neon Lights" as of October 2017.[5]
  31. ^ United States sales figures for "Really Don't Care" as of October 2017.[5]
  32. ^ United States sales figures for "Cool for the Summer" as of October 2017.[5]
  33. ^ United Kingdom sales figures for "Cool for the Summer" as of September 2017.[40]
  34. ^ United States sales figures for "Confident" as of October 2017.[5]
  35. ^ "Stone Cold" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 but peaked at number 2 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[39]
  36. ^ United States sales figures for "Stone Cold" as of October 2017.[5]
  37. ^ "Body Say" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart, but peaked at number 2 on the NZ Heatseekers Singles Chart.[54]
  38. ^ United States sales figures for "Sorry Not Sorry" as of October 2017.[5]
  39. ^ "Tell Me You Love Me" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart, but peaked at number 6 on the NZ Heatseeker Singles Chart.[58]
  40. ^ "Tell Me You Love Me" did not enter the Sverigetopplistan Top 100 Singles chart, but peaked at number 6 on the Sverigetopplistan Heatseeker chart.[59]
  41. ^ "Échame la Culpa" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart, but peaked at number three on the NZ Heatseeker Singles Chart.[60]
  42. ^ "Sober" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart, but peaked at number one on the NZ Heatseeker Singles Chart.[64]
  43. ^ United States sales figures for "We'll Be a Dream" as of October 2017.[5]
  44. ^ "Somebody to You" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 but peaked at number 10 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[39]
  45. ^ United States sales figures for "Somebody to You" as of October 2017.[5]
  46. ^ United Kingdom sales figures for "Heart Attack" as of September 2017.[40]
  47. ^ The remixed version of "Irresistible" featuring Lovato is only included on the Japanese version of the album.
  48. ^ "Without a Fight" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 but peaked at number 5 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[39]
  49. ^ "Instruction" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart, but peaked at number six on the NZ Heatseekers Singles Chart.[79]
  50. ^ "Fall in Line" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number one on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[39]
  51. ^ "Me, Myself and Time" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 but peaked at number 7 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[39]
  52. ^ "Who Will I Be?" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 but peaked at number 1 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[39]
  53. ^ "All Night Long" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 but peaked at number 24 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[39]
  54. ^ "Lightweight" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 but peaked at number 23 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[39]
  55. ^ "Warrior" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 but peaked at number 25 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[39]

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