Conceptual Genius

The artist I choose is Demi Lovato. Some of her famous songs include “Don’t Forget”, “Sky Scraper” and “Heart Attack”. I chose her because I think she’s a great spokes person for young women and writes about being powerful and not letting other people bring you down.

Conceptual innovators just find their art. They work in with clear ideas and intentions and when Demi writes from personal experiences and emotions she has clear intentions of getting her emotions out in the open. Conceptual innovators are confident in their abilities and it just clicks for them. They are able to sit down and write songs with little to no hassle.

Demi Lovato is a conceptual innovator. She says in an interview with MTV(“Demi Lovato: Live From MTV,”), “ Not only does it draws different emotions because there are songs about break ups and there are songs of just wanting to hook up,”. Demi writes her songs from emotions and personal experience. She has personally been through everything she writers about and even though those emotions may get the best of her, she writes from her emotions and she gets it right the first time.

Although she is a conceptual innovator, she does admit in an interview with MTV(“Demi Lovato: Live From MTV,”) that she sometimes does struggle to get vocals right because of how emotional she gets. I mean were all human so even though she struggles sometimes she’s still definitely a conceptual innovator.

Conceptual innovators also tend to peak while they are younger. Considering Demi had her first acting job on “Barney with Friends” when she was a child, and in 2007 when she was only 15 years old had lead roles in “Camp Rock” and “Sonny with a Chance” both on Disney Channel, I would say she fits in that category. In 2008 when she was sixteen she release an album “Don’t forget”, in 2009 she released her second album “Here We Go Again”. Within two years she released two albums. Sounds like she works fast, its probably because she’s a conceptual innovator.

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