After well over a decade in the limelight, Demi Lovato has dozens of collaborations under their belt. Although their breakthrough flick Camp Rock (2008) helped them achieve their first top 10 hit on the all-genre Billboard Hot 100 chart, the singer-songwriter has come a long way since their child star beginnings — linking up with acts in genres from rock to rap to EDM.
No longer the Disney Channel darling we first met in 2007, Lovato’s list of hit-making collaborators keeps getting bigger. The star — who revealed she readopted using she/her pronouns in addition to they/them in Aug. 2022 — took her first dive outside of Disney in 2009, with pop-rock group We The Kings in their nostalgic ballad “We’ll Be A Dream.” Later, her 2014 duet with former X Factor star Cher Lloyd became an LGBTQ+ anthem. She even snatched Lil Wayne as the only duet partner on her 2017 album Tell Me You Love Me, with the iconic rapper spitting a surprise verse on “Lonely.” Luis Fonsi joined the singer to give her Spanglish a whirl on their 2017 team-up “Échame La Culpa.” Plus, several collabs with electronic acts including Marshmello and Cheat Codes have undoubtedly become dance floor favorites.
And it sounds like the “Sorry Not Sorry” singer still has more collaborators in mind. In an interview with Apple Music 1’s Zane Lowe around the release of 2022 album Holy Fvck, Lovato says they have yet to record with their biggest dream collaborator: Paramore’s Hayley Williams.
With all that in mind, Billboard dug into the singer’s catalog to narrow down their many collaborations to the top 13. Check out the complete list below.