The co-founder and bassist of Mötley Crüe, Nikki Sixx has signaled a collaboration with one of the greatest female pop singers, Demi Lovato, while responding to a fan’s tweet about his latest project to raise awareness on drug addiction.
As you know, the iconic metal musician Nikki Sixx has been displaying his own battle with addiction since the beginning of his career and trying to help those who are still fighting against these dangerous habits with several projects.
Sixx has recently celebrated the 19th anniversary of his sobriety and released the collaborative single, ‘Maybe It’s Time,’ with his side band, Sixx:A.M., along with many of the rock icons. Recorded the song for ‘Artists for Recovery,’ a global recovery initiative, Sixx showed his support to the fight against substance abuse.
Most recently, on Twitter, a fan of Nikki has asked him based on his single project and his sensitivity to the drug addiction if he is willing to make a collaboration with Demi Lovato, as well.
The fan, whose name is Kylie, mentioned the same awareness of Lovato and recommended a really good idea to Nikki. He satisfied his follower’s curiosity and said that the more voices the better while admitting he is proud of Demi.
Demi Lovato, the talented singer and actress, is renowned as one of the most transparent figures about her addiction and sobriety. After her on and off relation with drugs, on June 21, 2018, Lovato released the single, ‘Sober,’ in which she revealed she had relapsed following six years of sobriety.
On July 24, 2018, she was rushed to the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles after emergency services were called to her home due to an opioid overdose. She was reported to be stable and recovering later in the day.
Here is what the fan of Nikki Sixx, whose name is Kylie, asked him on Twitter:
“But also… So Sixx: A.M. is doing their thing to raise awareness on drug addiction and Demi does her thing as well… So like… Collab???”
Nikki Sixx responded as:
“The more voices the better. Demi is cool. We’ve talked many times. Proud of her.”
You can see the tweets below.
The more voices the better. Demi is cool. We’ve talked many times. Proud of her.
— 🖤Nikki Sixx🖤 (@NikkiSixx) September 24, 2020