The ceremony of the Grammy is falling and with it some performances tremendously expected by the audience. Rosalia will be one of the most critically acclaimed although without a doubt, the main dish will come from the hand of Demi Lovato and his return to the stage a year and a half after suffering a overdose. In fact, the song the artist will sing is one I wrote shortly before the accident that almost ends his life.
Demi Lovato has just offered an interview open heart with Zane Lowe where he revealed details the topic that will sing at the Grammys and that has to do with the overdose that she suffered in July of 2018.
“I feel that I have been waiting for this moment for so long… Is only a fraction of my story, but it is a part, and it is sufficient to display in a certain way the world in which I have been,” he says.
“I recorded the lyrics of the song days before the overdose. The letter has taken a totally different meaning after. At the time I was saving, almost every time that I listened to and heard, that letter seemed to me a cry for help. If you hear you think ‘How no one heard that song and thought Let’s help this girl,’ says Demi Lovato.
“I even think that I recorded in a state of mind in which I thought it was okay, but clearly not what it was. Even I I hear you and think ‘God I would like to go back in time and help that version of myself’. I think I was in a phase of denial,” he says.
“I had been more or less a week since I was in the hospital and finally was dedspirta, and so I remember just to hear again the songs I had recorded and think ‘If at any time I sobrepongo to this, I want to sing this song’. You know, a part of me looked forward to the future because that is what I do. When I’m going through a bad time, I look toward the future looking forward to and a change of perspective of things. Especially when you step through something difficult. Always stop and think ‘Okay, why is God making me go through this?”, recognize Demi Lovato in the interview.
On your next action in the ceremony of the Grammy awards, Demi Lovato knows that it will be something complicated: “I Am in the process of feeling more prepared as time passes. I think it took me a long time to feel able to get up here, which is interpret a song on a stage in front of my peers and colleagues, even people that I admire,” he admits.
“But at the same time I’m grateful that I have the opportunity to sit here and talk to you and tell you a little bit of my story, ends Demi Lovato.