Demi Lovato Teases Her Next Chapter With Cryptic Hints About Her New Music

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The songstress seemed to suggest that her new tunes might be dropping sometime soon.

Demi Lovato is once again teasing her new music!

After giving fans a glimpse of her recording studio session last month, the songstress hinted that her new tunes might be coming out very soon.

On Wednesday, Lovato took to Instagram to share a completely blank, black post, which she cryptically captioned, "The next time you hear from me, I’ll be singing...."

Lovato didn't explain the significance of the blank image, nor did she elaborate on when the "next time" might be, but rather simply let her Lovatics get amped up with excited and anticipatory glee.

Even more mysteriously, Lovato took to her Instagram story at the same time she posted the tease, and wrote simply, "Don't believe the rumors," along with an upside smile emoji.

Some of her fans have speculated that this could be the title of the track that she'll soon be releasing, or even the name of a forthcoming album -- although Lovato has not addressed the post or offered any hint as to its meaning.

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These posts come three weeks after the 27-year-old performer took to her Instagram story to reveal that she was in the studio, laying down a new track.

"Recording a song for my loyal #Lovatics," the songstress wrote over a colorful snapshot of a microphone inside a pink and purple soundproof recording booth. "The ones who support me and whatever makes me happy…" 

"If you hating - that ain't you," Lovato added alongside a waving hand emoji. "BYE."

She also shared a shot of GRAMMY-nominated producer Oak Felder dancing to an unheard song in a silent clip. "Wouldn't y'all like to hear…" Lovato teasingly captioned the brief video.

Felder has worked with Lovato on several previous songs, including, "Sorry Not Sorry," "Sexy Dirty Love," "Daddy Issues," "Only Forever," and "Games" off her 2017 album, Tell Me You Love Me.

This will be Lovato's first new music released since completing treatment for substance abuse issues in November 2018.