Demi Lovato has done it again, and this time, it is in the kind of a political anthem. During Wednesday night 2020 Billboard Music Awards, that the singer introduced a psychological new tune, also it grapples with the present condition of our nation before this election. “Commander in Chief” yells into the way President Donald Trump has tackled issues like the coronavirus pandemic and racial abuse, and also the lyrics handle how Lovato herself believes about his answer.
“I am not the only one that has been influenced and virtually every story you have spun / And I am a blessed individual,’cause there are people worse off which have endured enough / Have not they suffered enough? However, you can not catch enough of shutting systems down for private profit,” she sings. “Commander in Chief, frankly, when I did the things you do, then I could not sleep, badly / Would you know the reality? / We are in a state of emergency, people are perishing, as you line your pockets deep / Commander in Chief, how can it feel to be able to breathe?”
The award series marks Lovato’s very first performance of this new monitor, which she published a music video to soon afterwards. Before that month, Lovato published one titled”However Consume Me” days later soap and she celebrity Max Ehrich called off their involvement. The self-love anthem talked to the battles of the public separation as well as the events which evolved because. “Commander in Chief” has an entirely different feel for this, but it is empowering and it is psychological, since Lovato does finest. Watch her moving functionality in the Billboard Music Awards over.