Demi Lovato asks the ‘Commander in Chief,’ ‘How does it feel to still be able to breathe?’ [Watch]

Demi Lovato asks the ‘Commander in Chief,’ ‘How does it feel to still be able to breathe?’ [Watch]
We knew Demi Lovato would be debuting a new song at the 2020 Billboard Music Awards on October 14, and she used the opportunity to make a direct political statement. In “Commander in Chief,” she makes it clear who she’s singing about. Watch the music video above. In the description under the video she urges, “Please join me and vote in this year’s election.”

Pop stars are often general with the political statements they put to music, like Taylor Swift backing gay rights in “You Need to Calm Down” or Katy Perry commenting that “we think we’re free” while “living in a bubble” in “Chained to the Rhythm,” but Lovato is direct with her criticism of the US president: “You can’t get enough of shutting down systems for personal gain / Fighting fires with flyers and praying for rain / Do you get off on pain? / We’re not pawns in your game.
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