Almost a year ago Demi Lovato suffered an almost fatal overdose.
Since then, she has focused on her sobriety and developed herself, which means that her music has been put on the back burner.
The fans support him and want to see her healthy, but they are also eager to receive more songs from the artist. Will you ever go back to the studio or Lovato's career as we know it has basically ended?
The overdose of Demi Lovato
In July of 2018, Lovato was rushed from her Los Angeles home to the hospital due to an overdose. After spending two weeks in the hospital, she was transferred to rehabilitation and began to work on her recovery.
Everyone was relieved when it seemed that Lovato was taking his sobriety seriously. Last January, she celebrated six clean and sober months by posting a photo of her sobriety currency on Instagram. This month, she comes on another anniversary, a clean year.
Shortly after his rehabilitation release, Lovato shared an update in a social media publication now removed. According to People, she wrote:
"I've always been transparent about my trip with addiction. What I have learned is that this disease is not something that disappears or disappears over time. It is something that I must continue to overcome and that I have not yet done. I want to thank God for keeping me alive and well. "
Since her overdose, Lovato has stopped working on music to focus solely on her health. The last time he released his new music was in 2016, so fans are eager to receive new material. And now that it has been almost a year, they are worrying that she will never return to music.
However, there have been some updates that show that Lovato has not completely forgotten about his career.
Lovato has a new manager
Although he may not be releasing music yet, Lovato is still thinking about what is best for his career. This is evident in his recent decision to sign with a new manager. Lovato announced on Instagram that he had signed with the famous music manager, Scooter Braun, who also manages big names like Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber and Hilary Duff.
In his post, Lovato expressed his emotion. She wrote, "GUYS !!!!!!! Dreams came true today for me Officially I have a new manager !!! And not just a new administrator, but the one and only @scooterbraun!" Lovato revealed on Instagram , along with a picture of her and Braun. "I could not be happier, inspired and excited to start this next chapter with you Scooter!" Thank you for believing in me and for being part of this new journey. Let's do it !!!!!! "
We can not say for sure, but a new manager could mean that at least he is thinking about making new music.
Lovato can be back in the studio
Recently, we learned from Idina Menzel, that Lovato could be making music again, or at least spend time in the studio. Menzel posted a photo on her Instagram that showed her and Lovato hugging in a purple-lit study room. Although, they were not in a recording booth. But this shows that Lovato has at least spent time in the music studio.
The photo was subtitled by Menzel, "I met the beautiful and talented @ddlovato in the studio today!"
Before his overdose, Lovato had mocked an upcoming release. In a question and answer session that took place in May 2018, a fan asked him if he had finished releasing singles from tell me you Love Me. "Enough," Lovato replied. "I have a lot of new music to throw very VERY soon!"
But then, just a couple of months later, Lovato had an overdose and everything was put on hold. Now that we know he's visiting the studio, fans wonder if he's still working on his 2018 music or if he's starting something completely new.
Although it is important that Lovato focuses on his sobriety, the longer he waits to launch new music, the more difficult it will be to find success in his career. Unfortunately, people forget an artist if they do not make new songs.
Hopefully, Lovato can find a happy way between taking care of herself and taking care of the race. And with luck, she solves it soon.