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Album Review

Future History is an ambitious stab at growth in the pop-R&B world of 2011, where triumphant declarations of love are delivered over a sample of Toto’s “Africa” (“Fight for You”) and jamming together Robin S.’ "Show Me Love" and Harry Belafonte’s "Day-O (The Banana Boat Song)." “Don’t Wanna Go Home” is a shot at topping These are hooky, club cuts, and when you parse out Future History in singles and slices for the weekend, titles like “That’s My Shhh” and “Don’t Wanna Go Home” come true.

Customer Reviews

Jason Derulo-Future History

track-by-track review
Don't Want to Go Home-10/10:I anticipated this so much and loved it ever since the first listen. Best party track of the year.
It Girl-9.5/10: Grows on you. starts feeling like an average pop song and then becomes amazing.
Breathing-9/10: Great. one much like last album. feels like a catchy pop breakup song. Held back by slight unoriginality
Be Careful-7.5/10: god song. sounds like an R&B midtempo jam. playable in clubs, but barely
Make It Up As We Go-8.5/10: Can tear up the clubs. so freakin catchy.
Pick Up the Pieces-9/10: Must be single. Loved since the leak. Great catchy and meaningful/emotional. A perfect whatcha say pt. 2
Givin Up-7/10: Ok R&B tune, but mostly just a good filler
Bleed Out-8.5/10Starts slow but turns into a great song. The closest to a ballad by this point on the album. Will fade. But is a good heartbreak song for a few weeks of loving it.
That's My Shhh-5/10: Slowed down R&B but should be a Trey Songz song instead. Failed attempt to sound sexy
X-8.5/10-Club Track. Will Get stuck in your head over and over again
Dumb-8/10Here's the ballad. Sounds slightly like Encore. You can feel emotional ballad being given a slight dance touch. Love the production and vocals but something is missing
Overdose-7.5/10: Good for a bonus track but gets annoying after a while. Good and catchy though.
Give It To Me-7/10: To much autotune. Sounds like a Black Eyed Peas meets Chris Brown. Not bad and like everything on this album will get stuck on your head.
Vids are good dancing in Don't Want To Go Home and good imagery in It Girl
Overall 8.5/10 Catchy but with a few flaws. Every song similar but different. Bonus tracks add flavor.

Fight for You

"Fight for You" is the best song of the album. It was produced by RedOne who produces Lady GaGa, Jennifer Lopez, Porcelain Black, and more artists. BUY "FIGHT FOR YOU"!


Breathing is My Favorite Song on Here.


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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