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Album Review

Even though he began his career writing hits for the likes of Diddy and Sean Kingston, singer/songwriter Jason Derülo always had his eye on becoming a solo performer. His Auto-Tuned, Imogen Heap-sampling debut single, “Watcha Say,” was an infectious, slick, and on-point way to launch a career, but his debut album is less satisfying, even with plenty of the same well-crafted, futuristic R&B as his breakthrough tune. Since Derulo seems entirely devoted to the song, the problem may lie with the album format itself. This one barely fits the definition at a scant nine songs, and there’s little attention paid to the overall flow — but if what you're looking for is R&B that sparkles and dazzles, there are nine quick fixes here, each one just dying to get stuck in your head. The talented J.R. Rotem handles the production for the whole show, blurring the lines between dance-pop and R&B on highlights like “In My Head.” It’s clever how “The Sky’s the Limit” knicks a bit of “Flashdance (What a Feeling)” for its melody, and the bright and shiny “Love Hangover” is equally ‘80s-flavored besides being a rock-solid tune. As a performer, the smooth Derulo — made even smoother by Auto-Tune — delivers it all so effortlessly that none of that persuasive debut hunger comes through, making this stylish and short set one to admire rather than advocate.

Customer Reviews

Great

I must say that most albums now a days have only one song that is worth your money. But this entire album I have through-fully enjoyed, every song. It's worth it to spend the money to get the entire album.

his voice is a lot less squeaky then justin beber

This artist uses auto-tune (way too much) and that make your voice all high, like akon, t-pain, etc.
why is it that then artists are the ones making all the money?? why- because they sing girls songs, and most of itune's buissnes, honestly, is girls. There are soo many better artists out there, you just have to look past the front page.

Did somebody order the Pretentious Crap Platter?

Because it spilled and it's all over iTunes. The end. Have fun with your "music" (believe those quotes, people!) because I'm going to listen to REAL music made by REAL instruments by people who actually know how to play instruments and not just how to work a synthesizer.

Biography

Born: September 21, 1989 in Miramar, FL

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

With a knack for finding new angles to tried-and-true pop trends, Jason Derulo launched his career while still in his teens, first as a songwriter for other artists and later as a solo performer. Born to Haitian parents in Miramar, Florida, he started singing at an early age. He attended performing arts schools in Florida and took some early stabs at music composition, writing his first song at the age of eight. His writing skills began attracting attention, and by his teenage years, Derulo had begun...
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