This Is Me (Demi Lovato song)

"This Is Me" is a song performed by Demi Lovato and Joe Jonas from the 2008 Disney Channel television film Camp Rock and was featured on the soundtrack of the same name as the fourth single. It premiered on Radio Disney on June 6, 2008 and was released by Walt Disney Records onto the iTunes Store on June 17, 2008. A live version is also included on Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience. The single has sold 945,000 digital copies to date, according to Nielsen SoundScan.[1] The song was written and produced by Adam Watts and Andy Dodd.

"This Is Me"
This Is Me (Camp Rock song).jpg
Single by Demi Lovato and Joe Jonas
from the album Camp Rock
  • "This Is Me" (Acoustic Version)
  • "Gotta Find You"
ReleasedJune 6, 2008 (2008-06-06)
GenrePop rock
LabelWalt Disney
  • Adam Watts
  • Andy Dodd
Demi Lovato singles chronology
"We Rock"
"This Is Me"
"Get Back"
Joe Jonas singles chronology
"This Is Me"
"Wouldn't Change a Thing"
Camp Rock singles chronology
"Start the Party"
"This Is Me"
"Too Cool"
Music video
"This Is Me" on YouTube


"This Is Me" is the first song that Lovato's character, Mitchie Torres, sang in Camp Rock with Jonas's character, Shane Gray. Mitchie wrote the song in the beginning of the film, and was later heard (in an acoustic version on piano), but not seen, by Shane, who set out to search for the girl behind the amazing voice. After most people performed already in the "Final Jam" session, Mitchie sang the song (original version) and Shane saw her and sang part of the song he wrote, "Gotta Find You". The two songs are combined to make the original version, as featured on the Camp Rock soundtrack CD.

Lovato also recorded a Spanish version of the acoustic version of the song titled "Lo Que Soy", released on the deluxe edition of Don't Forget and as a video featuring them singing the song while playing the piano.

Live performancesEdit

Lovato performed the song for the first time with the Jonas Brothers, at the 2008 Disney Channel Games in May 2008. Lovato also performed with Beaker from The Muppets in Studio DC: Almost Live.

Chart performanceEdit

The song debuted at No. 11 on the Billboard Hot 100, and eventually peaked at No. 9.



Region Certification Certified units/sales
United States 945,000[1]

Lo Que SoyEdit


"Lo Que Soy" is the Spanish version of the song "This Is Me" of the soundtrack of the film Camp Rock. "Lo Que Soy" was included on the deluxe edition of Lovato's debut album Don't Forget. The song includes the part of "Gotta Find You", but Joe Jonas does not sing.

Music videoEdit

The music video features Lovato playing the piano and singing. In the video, appear scenes of Camp Rock. The music video was released to Disney Channel in Spain, Portugal and some states of South America. The video was directed by Edgar Romero.

Other versionsEdit

  • Disney Girlz Rock, Vol. 2: Features the acoustic extended version, performed by Demi Lovato.
  • Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience: Soundtrack features a live version, performed by Demi Lovato and the Jonas Brothers.
  • Holly Hull single: Hull got to record a version of the song as the prize for winning My Camp Rock, a show on Disney Channel UK where contestants competed to record a song from Camp Rock and an accompanying music video.
  • Italian version of the song titled "Sono io" was covered by Ariel featuring her brother Stefano Centomo. A music video was released on August 29, 2008 on iTunes, the cover was included on Ariel's 2009 album, Io ballo sola.
  • Lucie Jones from The X Factor performed the song during the fifth week on November 7, 2009,[19] the week of her controversial elimination from the show, where Simon Cowell contradicted himself by saying she was the best girl in the competition then was the cause of her elimination the next day.
  • Martina Stoessel sang "Lo Que Soy" during her audition for the Argentine Disney Channel telenovela Violetta.
  • Malaysian singer Suki Low covered the song with title "Siapaku".
  • Indian singers Sunidhi Chauhan and Sangeet Haldipur sang the Hindi version of the song titles "Khush Hoon Main" where Sunidhi Sang Demi's Part and Sangeet sang Joe’s part.

See alsoEdit


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