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Who's That Boy - Demi Lovato Feat. Dev - Official Lyric video HD

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Demi Lovatos 2nd Single off of her new album Unbroken "Who's That Boy", featuring Dev was announced as the second single from the album by Lovato herself Unbroken is the third studio album by American pop singer Demi Lovato. The album was released on September 20, 2011, by Hollywood Records. Lovato worked with a variety of producers and writers such as Toby Gad, Rock Mafia, Timbaland, Dreamlab, and others. Lovato had been recording song for the album right after promotion for her second album, Here We Go Again , ended during the summer of 2010 and resumed in April 2011 after Lovato's treatment stint ended. The album's lyrical content was heavily influenced by the singer's emotional problems that became publicized in late 2010 when she was sent to rehab for treatment. This came after an altercation with a back up dancer occurred while on tour with the Jonas Brothers. The album is sonically influenced by the sound of pop and urban artists like Rihanna and Keri Hilson. The album received mixed to positive reviews from music critics. Some appreciated its material showing growth and maturity in Lovato's music, while others dismissed it as immature and confusing. Lyrically, the majority of the album's songs are based on Lovato's life experiences of love, heartbreak, boys, and having a good time. Musically, Unbroken is rooted in the pop genre, while incorporating elements of R&B and dance music in its production and beats. The album debuted in the fourth position on the Billboard 200 with sales exceeding 96,000 copies.[2] It also debuted in the top five position on the charts in Canada and New Zealand Its lead single, "Skyscraper", was released on July 12, 2011 and was a hit in the United States, reaching number ten on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming Lovato's highest peaking solo single. It also peaked in the top twenty in Canada and New Zealand. The single has been certified Gold by RIAA in the United States, making it her first single to receive this certification.[3] 1. "All Night Long" (featuring Missy Elliott and Timbaland) Timothy Mosley, Jim Beanz, Jerome Harmon, Missy Elliot, Lyrica Anderson, Nire, Garland Mosley, Demi Lovato, Joseph Angel Timbaland, Jerome Harmon* 3:14 2. "Who's That Boy" (featuring Dev) Ryan Tedder, Noel Zancanella, Devin Tailes Ryan Tedder, Noel Zancanella 3:12 3. "You're My Only Shorty" (featuring Iyaz) Antonina Armato, Tim James Rock Mafia, Devrim Karaoglu^, Thomas Armato Sturges^ 3:06 4. "Together" (featuring Jason Derülo) T. Mosley, Beanz, Anderson, Tiyon Mack, Lovato, G. Mosley Jim Beanz, Timbaland 4:33 5. "Lightweight" T. Mosley, Beanz, G. Mosley, Shanna Crooks, Frankie Storm Jim Beanz, Timbaland 4:01 6. "Unbroken" Daniel James, Leah Haywood, Lovato Dreamlab 3:18 7. "Fix a Heart" Emanuel Kiriakou, Priscilla Renea Emanuel Kiriakou 3:13 8. "Hold Up" James, Haywood, Lovato, Ross Golan Dreamlab 2:51 9. "Mistake" James, Haywood, Shelly Peiken Dreamlab 3:33 10. "Give Your Heart a Break" Josh Alexander, Billy Steinberg Josh Alexander, Bill Steinberg 3:25 11. "Skyscraper" Toby Gad, Lindy Robbins, Kerli Kõiv Toby Gad 3:42 12. "In Real Life" Bleu, Lindsey Ray Bleu 2:57 13. "My Love Is Like a Star" Gad, James Morrison Toby Gad 3:50 14. "For the Love of a Daughter" William Beckett, Lovato Toby Gad 4:00 15. "Skyscraper" (Wizz Dumb Remix) Gad, Robbins, Kõiv Toby Gad 3:42 Total length: 52:36 I dont own anything