Album: Unbroken (2011)
Charted: 98
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  • This is the title track of American recording artist Demi Lovato's third studio album. In the past, Lovato's music has shown more of a Rock than a R&B influence, but Unbroken finds the singer trying out a much more of a Pop/R&B sound. "This album is definitely more pop," the Disney star told MTV News. "It's definitely more R&B. It's not so Pop/Rock anymore. I grew up listening to R&B, [and] I guess my rock thing was kind of like a phase."
  • Demi penned the song with the Pop/Electronica duo Dreamlab, who comprise the husband and wife team Leah Haywood (keyboards) and Daniel James (vocals, guitars). Dreamlab also produced the tune along with two other Unbroken tracks, "Hold Up" and "Mistake."
  • Here's Demi explaining to MTV News why this is her favorite track from Unbroken. "What I love about that song so much is that it's upbeat, it's fun to dance to, I love blaring it in the car. It's one of those songs."


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