“No Promises” is about the beginning of a relationship. It flows like a perfect summer club-banger.The song marks the first release of 2017 for Demi Lovato and LA-based… Read More 


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Cutting me up like a knife and I feel it, deep in my bonesKicking a habit I love even harderYou oughta knowI just wanna dive in the water, with youBaby, we can't see the bottomIt's so easy to fall for each otherI'm just hoping we catch one another (Another, another)Oh na na, just be careful, na naLove ain't simple, na naPromise me no promisesOh na na, just be careful, na naLove ain't simple, na naPromise me no promisesBaby, I think about youAnd I feel it, deep in my heart (Deep in my heart)Maybe we just ain't meant to be somethingMaybe we are, ooh?
I just wanna dive in the water, with youBaby, we can't see the bottomIt's so easy to fall for each otherI'm just hoping we catch one anotherOh na na, just be careful, na naLove ain't simple, na naPromise me no promisesOh na na, just be careful, na naLove ain't simple, na naPromise me no promises, ohI just wanna dive in the waterOh baby, we can't see the bottomI just want to dive in with youI just want to lie here with you, ohOh na na, just be careful, na na (Yeah!)Love ain't simple, na naPromise me no promises (Promise me)Oh na na, just be careful, na naLove ain't simple, na naPromise me no promises, no
Promise me no promisesDon't you promise me nothingPromise me, me, me, meJust be carefulPromise me no promises
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“No Promises” is about the beginning of a relationship. It flows like a perfect summer club-banger.

The song marks the first release of 2017 for Demi Lovato and LA-based producer trio Cheat Codes.

It was first performed at the Beyond Wonderland Festival on March 24, 2017. Billboard tweeted about the song on March 25, 2017:


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This summer club banger is about the beginning of a relationship. “No Promises is a concept we’ve been thinking on for a while now,” Cheat Codes told OfficialCharts.com. “The idea that we don’t own the people in our relationships. Nothing’s guaranteed. Give people the space to be the best versions of themselves and THEN, come together.”

Cheat Codes vocalist Trevor Dahl is joined by guest singer Demi Lovato on this song. “She’s such a professional in the studio and made it look so easy,” Cheat Codes said. “Demi was actually the first artist we thought of when we started working on this track, so we’re blessed it was able to work out the way it did! She sounds amazing on it!”

The origins of the collaboration lay in a show that Cheat Codes played with Demi Lovato in December 2016 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Matthew Russell explained to Billboard magazine:

“When we left that show, a lot of the fans were hitting us up and saying we should collab because they had enjoyed the festival and wanted to see what our sounds would sound like together. We had the song ‘No Promises,’ and we had a moment of ‘Wow, she would be the perfect fit for this song if we could choose anyone in the world.’ She was our No. 1 choice and we sent it to her – she really just connected with the song, and a few months later, she recorded it in the studio with Trevor and just kind of knocked it out.”

After Cheat Codes sent Lovato the song, she tweaked some of the lyrical content to make it a bit more from her personal experience. Russell explained: “The thing with Demi is, the reason her vocals sound so good is because she’s singing from a real place of personal experience, and that’s kind of why we wanted her on the song. We had the general outline and concept of ‘No Promises,’ and she kind of put it into her own words, which is what we wanted anyway.”




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According to Matthew Russell, who is a member of the group, had this to say to Billboard about the song coming together:

We played with her in December in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and when we left that show, a lot of the fans were hitting us up and saying we should collab because they had enjoyed the festival and wanted to see what our sounds would sound like together. We had the song “No Promises,” and we had a moment of “Wow, she would be the perfect fit for this song if we could choose anyone in the world.” She was our No. 1 choice and we sent it to her – she really just connected with the song, and a few months later, she recorded it in the studio with Trevor and just kind of knocked it out"


According to Matthew Russell, who is a member of the group, had this to say to Billboard about the changes Demi made to the song:

She kind of just tweaked some lyrical content to make it a bit more from her personal experience. The thing with Demi is, the reason her vocals sound so good is because she’s singing from a real place of personal experience, and that’s kind of why we wanted her on the song. We had the general outline and concept of “No Promises,” and she kind of put it into her own words, which is what we wanted anyway. I remember working on the song and loving the line “I just want to dive in the water with you.” It just represents that idea of like, you’re really enjoying this relationship and it’s really new, so you’re kind of scared to take that next step, but until you really dive in the water with them and commit, you’re not going to really reach the full peak of that relationship as far as what it could be. So that was a really critical line, for me that really brought it together."