Demi Lovato Drops 'OK Not to Be OK' Remix, First Music Video After Split from Max Ehrich
The singer debuted the original song collaboration with Marshmello in early September
Demi Lovato is mixing things up with her latest release.
On Thursday, the 28-year-old pop songstress dropped a new version of her collaboration with Marshmello, "OK Not to Be OK," as well as an updated version of the pair's original music video set to the new remix.
With the song focusing on Lovato singing to her younger self, the "I Love Me" singer croons on the track, "When you're high on emotion / And you're losing your focus / And you feel too exhausted to pray / Don't get lost in the moment / Or give up when you're closest / All you need is somebody to say / It's okay not to be okay."
Lovato and the famed DJ both posted about the remix on the respective social media accounts, as well as Duke & Jones who said the release was a "surprise remix."
"#OKNotToBeOK remix is out nowww with @marshmellomusic 💗🦋 and we’ve got a new video for you too 😝, Lovato captioned her post alongside a clip of the new music video made to accompany the remix. "Thank you @dukeandjones for the new vibes," she added.
Marshmello similarly shared the same video and captioned his post with a simple siren emoji as he tagged the British duo.
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"It was very hurtful to Demi when she realized that Max's intentions weren't genuine," one insider told PEOPLE. "Breaking off the engagement was not an easy decision."
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Earlier this week, Lovato also dropped a new ballad on social media. The heartfelt song was then added to streaming services following its release.
Titled "Still Have Me," Lovato hits the chorus with some of her trademark vocals on the track, singing, "I don't have much but at least I still have me (I still have me) / And that's all I need / So take my faith but at least I still believe (I still believe) / And that's all I need / I don't have much but at least I still have me."
The powerful ballad reveals Lovato's vulnerability and is reminiscent of some of her past tracks like "Anyone" and "Skyscraper."
"Still Have Me" is out now.