Ja-son Derulo! This is the intro signature has launched a number of hits from the Miami native first hit the scene with "Whatcha Say" in 2009. Derulo used a mix of pop, dance and R & B to score three multi-platinum singles from his debut album and won slots on tour with Lady Gaga and the Black Eyed Peas.
September 27, news 21, his second album, "Future History", which includes the hits "Do not Want to Go Home 'and' It Girl." In addition to clarifying the rumors that he dated her "It Girl" music video co-star Tika Sumpter - he dismissed the reports with a casual partner, "Nah, that's not true" - Jason Derulo spoke PopCrush on his new album, his future career of acting, and his one-month anniversary (!) celebration.
How different are you now as a person when you recorded your first album, and is this reflected in the music on "History of the Future"?
Absolutely, the fact that I have grown so much as an artist, as a singer, performer, and especially as a man, has definitely changed my music, because I always write music based of who I am. So the fact that I'm different as a man [meaning] that my music is very different. It's a little more edgy. You will find a lot more emotion in it.
One of the songs on your new album is called "Dumb," a title that is really intriguing. What is this song?
The title is essentially about, after a traumatic experience, the first couple of emotions that cross your mind [that] you are blaming, anger and sadness. That's basically what it is, just beating on me to always think that the situation was going to work or never thought the situation was good.