Demi Lovato wants Grammy nomination
Demi Lovato is desperate to be nominated for a Grammy Award and thinks new song 'Stone Cold' is worthy of it.
Demi Lovato wants to be nominated for a Grammy.
The 23-year-old singer is preparing for the release of her upcoming album 'Confident' and believes that new song 'Stone Cold' is worthy of being nominated for the prestigious music award.
She told Complex magazine "I want the Grammy committee to hear ['Stone Cold'] so that one day they can see that- I know that I'm capable of getting there. I just want people to see it finally. When I say getting there, I don't mean winning one. I just want to be nominated for one.
"You can't go higher than the Grammys in the music industry. That was a huge goal for this album. I watched the Grammy nominations last year and I was like, 'I want to be there so bad.' It really gave me that kick in the ass to make music that was worthy of it. This is a song that I feel like is worthy of notification."
And Demi also hit back at claims that her song 'Cool For The Summer' is a rip-off of Katy Perry's 'I Kissed A Girl'.
She said: "Yeah. The song literally sounds nothing like 'I Kissed a Girl.' Well, I used the word 'cherry.' How dare I use that word. It's definitely not a rip-off of anything."