Demi Lovato has returned bolder and better. The singer has revamped their most popular songs, like “Heart Attack,” “Cool for the Summer,” and now “Confident.” They are all dubbed as rock versions, hinting at a different sound from the originals.
The opening of “Confident” builds on its old version. Amping up the bass and instrumentals, the song begins in a more dramatic and anthemic way. It’s as if Lovato is getting ready to make a grand entrance.
With hard-hitting drums and electric guitar, the song screams hardcore rock from the very beginning. Demi Lovato matches this energy with their powerful vocals, singing about confidence and how they’ve got a lot of it.
It’s time for me to take it
I’m the boss right now
Not gonna fake it
Not when you go down
‘Cause this is my game
And you better come to play
Lovato gets low and quiet for the bridge. They gradually raise the volume, matching the lyrics that pose the question: “What’s wrong with being confident?” There are a bit of refreshing touches, like glitch sound effects, that give the track a different feel. Still, their voice has not changed, and she remains fierce.
The newly released lyric video is staged like the behind-the-scenes of a photoshoot. Lovato can be seen getting ready and posing in front of the camera. They own every look, from a punky black dress to a pink suit, demonstrating confidence and charisma.
Demi Lovato recently took to Instagram to share that their REVAMPED album was finally completed and dropping. The tracklist consists of ten songs, all re-recorded and therefore, worthy of another listen. Make sure to follow them on Instagram and check out their timeless discography on Spotify.