Demi Lovato’s new single, “SkyScraper,” is a moving, poignant ballad about continuing to survive and grow beautifully, despite having someone or external forces trying to break your spirit. Describing herself as a skyscraper, Lovato affirms that she will always stand tall. Produced by Toby Gad with lyrics by Gad, Lindy Robbins and recording artist Kerli, “SkyScraper” is wonderfully composed and written. The only thing this song needs is a dramatic climax; the music is melodically the same before and after the bridge, and considering the emotion of the song, a climax is expected. Check out the song and its equally emotional music video below. Note: In a radio interview with Ryan Seacrest, Lovato made it clear that she had NOTHING to do with the composition of the song and it was not written in correlation to her struggles with self-mutilation, bulimia or recent diagnosis with bi-polar disorder. Here at J.Says, I try to stay away from the sensational details and focus on the music alone, but I found that note important to mention. Also, as fan of Lovato’s music, it’s good to see her back on the scene and I wish her the best of health and luck in the future. What do you guys think of "SkyScraper"? If you have your own "skyscraper" story of inspiration to share, click the "Specials & Links" tab and find "We Are Skyscrapers."