Demi Lovato, Jax Jones & Stefflon Don’s “Instruction” Is A Furious Banger

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Demi Lovato is the new Queen of Clubs! The pop star follows up “No Promises” with an equally fierce feature on Jax Jones’ “Instruction.” The samba-infused banger, which boasts a verse from UK rapper Stefflon Don, is an instant Song Of The Summer contender. “Some say I’m bossy ’cause I’m the boss, buy anything, I don’t care what it cost,” she brags over twerk-inducing beats on the pre-chorus. “If you’re The Supremes, I’m Diana Ross.” That takes us the quotable chorus.

“Grind to the left, sway to the right, drop it down low, take it back high,” Demi demands. “Bitch, I don’t need introduction, follow my simple instruction.” Yes, ma’am! “Instruction” is shaping up to be another smash for Jax. The producer is coming off a massive hit with “You Don’t Know Me,” cracked the top 3 in the UK and went top 10 across Europe. He also has a collaboration with Selena Gomez in the can called “This Is Real.” That track is expected to be included on his debut LP.

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Demi Lovato Is Releasing A New Track With Jax Jones This Week

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With Cheat Codes collaboration “No Promises” slowly climbing the Billboard Hot 100 and now a hot track with UK producer Jax Jones on the way, Demi Lovato is shaping up to be 2017’s surprise club queen. The 24-year-old shared a snippet of the song on social media this morning (June 13) with the caption: “This one’s about to be fire.” She also revealed that it will be released on Friday. It’s always hard to tell by a brief snippet, but Demi’s description sounds accurate. “All my ladies,” the hitmaker declares over driving drums.

Jax is on something of a roll too. He landed a global hit with Raye collaboration, “You Don’t Know Me” — cracking the top 3 in the UK and going top 10 across Europe. The rising club king then famously teamed up with Selena Gomez for a song called “This Is Real,” but it was shelved when the diva took a break to look after her mental health and recover from Lupus side effects. Who knows? It might end up on his album next to Demi’s still-untitled banger. Take a listen to that red-hot bop below.

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