Demi Lovato is back at it again with another uplifting track to add to her catalog.
Earlier this year she released “I Love Me,” a song about overcoming self-esteem issues and being at peace with the skin you’re in, and now she has now teamed up with Marshmello for a brand new track titled “OK Not to Be OK.”
Since it’s Suicide Awareness Month, the duo are using their new song as an opportunity to publicly discuss and open up the conversation around mental health, which given the current state of the world is extremely important.
To further the message of taking care of mental health, Demi and Marshmello teamed up with Hope for the Day on World Suicide Prevention Day.
Also recently, The FCC has designated 988 as the new nationwide number for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline to be completed by July 2022. In the meantime please continue to share 1-800-273-TALK (8255) with anyone wishing to connect to the Lifeline. 988 is NOT CURRENTLY ACTIVE nationally and may not connect callers to the Lifeline.