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EDITORS’ NOTES

Everything Is 4 sees the R&B dynamo working with an all-star cast—including Meghan Trainor, Jennifer Lopez, Stevie Wonder, and Keith Urban. While Derulo flexes his falsetto on the unstoppable opening anthem “Want to Want Me,” he harmonizes beautifully with Lopez in the summery, Matoma-produced pulse of “Try Me.” Just as impressively, Derulo makes memorable use of Wonder’s legendary harmonica and Urban’s unmistakable guitar moves on the hip-hop hoedown “Broke.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

Everything Is 4 sees the R&B dynamo working with an all-star cast—including Meghan Trainor, Jennifer Lopez, Stevie Wonder, and Keith Urban. While Derulo flexes his falsetto on the unstoppable opening anthem “Want to Want Me,” he harmonizes beautifully with Lopez in the summery, Matoma-produced pulse of “Try Me.” Just as impressively, Derulo makes memorable use of Wonder’s legendary harmonica and Urban’s unmistakable guitar moves on the hip-hop hoedown “Broke.”

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About Jason Derulo

Jason Derulo launched his career while still in his teens, first as a songwriter for other artists, and later excelled as a solo performer with a knack for scoring with dramatic commercial ballads and straightforward dance-pop numbers alike. Born to Haitian parents in Miramar, Florida, Derulo 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 composing tracks for artists like Lil Wayne, Pitbull, and Pleasure P. He also co-wrote "Bossy" for New Orleans-based rapper Birdman, and made a guest appearance on the song, highlighting his ability as a vocalist.

After signing to Warner Bros. subsidiary Beluga Heights, Derulo began making the transition from behind-the-scenes songwriter to mainstream performer. His first hit arrived during the summer of 2009, when he wrapped a sample of Imogen Heap's "Hide and Seek" (a song made popular by its appearance in the second season finale of The O.C., as well as the Saturday Night Live sketch "Dear Sister") around a sleek modern soul beat. Titled "Whatcha Say," the song topped the Billboard Hot 100 and cracked the Top Ten in other territories, including Canada, Australia, Sweden, Switzerland, and the U.K. A second single, "In My Head," peaked at number five in the U.S., and Derulo's full-length debut album arrived in early 2010. Future History followed in 2011, along with its hit single "Don't Wanna Go Home."

At the start of 2012, he embarked on the Future History Tour, but broke one of his vertebrae during rehearsals. As a result of his neck injury, he canceled the entire tour. Recuperating and reflecting upon his injury, he announced details of his new album and released the single "The Other Side" in April 2013. Its follow-up, "Talk Dirty," featuring 2 Chainz, shot to number three on the pop chart during the summer of 2013, and the album Tattoos was released in September in most territories. The U.S. received a retooled version of the album in 2014 titled Talk Dirty. It featured several new tracks, including "Wiggle" featuring Snoop Dogg, which reached the Top Ten in the summer of 2014. With guest spots from Stevie Wonder, Jennifer Lopez, Keith Urban, and others, Everything Is 4 followed in 2015. The album featured "Want to Want Me" -- Derulo's sixth Top Ten pop hit -- and coincided with his new job as judge on the 12th season of So You Think You Can Dance. The following year, his biggest singles were compiled for Platinum Hits. Derulo's fifth album was preceded by the February 2017 release of "Swalla," which featured guest appearances from Nicki Minaj and Ty Dolla $ign. ~ Jason Thurston & Andrew Leahey

  • ORIGIN
    Miramar, FL
  • GENRE
    Pop
  • BORN
    Sep 21, 1989

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