Demi Lovato is giving her album away on her terms.
Starting Sept. 9 and for one week, Lovatics can download the "Skyscraper" singer's album Demi free of charge in the Google Play store.
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Lovato wasn't the first musician to have this idea. Kanye West and Katy Perry have also partnered with Google Play to get their albums out there. "I want to thank everyone so much for supporting my album, Demi," Lovato said in a video made to her fans. "It's been an amazing year, looking back, I'm still really, really proud of it."
What many are looking forward to is the 22-year-old singer's cover of Ed Sheeran's "Give Me Love." Also recently, Lovato made headlines for her cover of Michael Jackson's "Thriller."
Fans couldn't stop talking about Lovato's performance at this year's Teen Choice Awards. Check her out singing "Really Don't Care," plus the other big moments at the awards show.