Demi Lovato has come a long way since her days with the Disney Channel. Today, she is one of the biggest names in Pop and in music in general. The multi-platinum singer and song writer has arrived in Boston’s famous TD Garden to celebrate her latest project, Tell Me You Love Me.
Father of Asahd, better known as DJ Khaled, was invited as a special guest on the Tell Me You Love Me Tour. The producer, DJ and mogul spun a wide variety records from his catalog. “I’m The One,” “All I Do Is Win,” and of course, the song of summer 2017, “Wild Thoughts,” had fans off their feet. Hands up, waving side to side, Khaled had the participation of every fan in the building. “Top Off,” DJ Khaled’s newest record, featuring Future, Jay-Z and Beyonce, is the first record off of his upcoming album, Father of Asahd. The song is a clear hit. Fans sang along word for word. Father of Asahd is coming soon.
What can’t you say about Demi Lovato? She has an extremely lengthy resume full of accolades. 6 top-five albums, including one #1, is just a small example. Fans undeniable love for Demi was evident. TD Garden was packed to capacity for a sold out performance.
The “Sorry Not Sorry” singer came out from under the stage. Heavy smoke and bright lights gave Demi an aura that highlighted her presence. Cellphone lights lit up from every seat in the arena. “You Don’t Do It For Me Anymore” played with a soothing melody and a powerful voice. When the song was over, she then disappeared and a video played on the arena’s screens. Throughout the night, different videos played. One that stood out was a compilation video of hate-tweets she had received over her career. Fans enjoyed the video because it showed how Demi had overcome much adversity and is still able to be great today.
“Lonely,” a very intimate song featuring Lil Wayne, gave for a unique and sexy performance. Another stage appeared where Demi would perform. The platform was located on the opposite side of the arena so it gave her audience that had seats in the balcony an opportunity to see her close. 30-foot smoke shot up from the stage and a spectacular light show flashed fans. The night ended with confetti covering the arena and Demi Lovato would sing her final song.
The performance was incredible and easily the best concert I have been to this year thus far. This is not a show to miss.
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