38 Facts About Jason Derulo


Derulo released his second single, "In My Head", in December 2009 and his self-titled debut studio album Jason Derulo, followed on March 2,2010.


Jason Derulo released his second album, Future History, on September 16,2011; the album was preceded by the release of the UK number-one single "Don't Wanna Go Home".


In 2015, Jason Derulo released his single "Want to Want Me" and announced his fourth studio album, Everything Is 4, which was released on June 2,2015.


In June 2020, Jason Derulo released the single "Savage Love " alongside beat producer Jawsh 685.


In November 2020, Jason Derulo released another single entitled "Love Not War " featuring New Caledonian beat producer Nuka.


Jason Derulo was born in Miramar, Florida, the son of Haitian parents.


Jason Derulo attended performing arts schools in Florida and made some early attempts at music composition, writing his first song at the age of eight.


Jason Derulo's writing skills began attracting attention when he was a teenager.


Jason Derulo wrote "Bossy" for Birdman, a New Orleans-based rapper, and made a guest appearance on the song, highlighting his ability as a vocalist.


Jason Derulo's stage name, "Derulo", is a pronunciation respelling of his surname, Desrouleaux.


Jason Derulo has been writing songs for artists including Diddy, Danity Kane, Donnie Klang, Sean Kingston, Cassie, and Lil Wayne since he was young, intending on becoming a solo performer.


Jason Derulo was discovered by music producer JR Rotem, who signed him to his record label Beluga Heights Records and Warner Bros.


The single's music video was released in September 2009; after the single became successful, Jason Derulo began work on his debut album.


Jason Derulo released the second single from his album, "In My Head", on December 8,2009.


Jason Derulo first charted within the top ten of the UK and Irish Albums Charts in early March 2010.


Jason Derulo has been featured in a song by new artist Will Roush called "Turn it Up", which features Stat Quo and Young Buck.


Jason Derulo collaborated with UK singer Pixie Lott on a song titled "Coming Home" from the re-released edition of her album Turn It Up.


In 2011, Jason Derulo recorded a track with Demi Lovato titled "Together" for her album Unbroken.


Jason Derulo planned to embark on an eight-date UK tour in support of the album in February 2012, including a show at Wembley Arena on March 1.


However, on January 3,2012, while Jason Derulo was rehearsing for his Future History Tour, he broke one of his vertebrae.


On March 28,2012, Jason Derulo appeared on American Idol to announce he would allow fans to help him finish the lyrics for a new song entitled "Undefeated", as part of a partnership with American Idol and Coca-Cola.


On May 5,2012, Jason Derulo announced that his first post-neck injury television performance would be on the eleventh-season finale of American Idol, on May 22,2012.


On July 9,2012, Jason Derulo announced that he had signed Australian singer-songwriter Arlene Zelina to his record label Future History after he attended one of her performances at Whisky a Go Go in 2011 before she returned to Melbourne, Australia.


On July 10,2012, Jason Derulo confirmed this on his Twitter.


Jason Derulo announced via Twitter that his third album would be called Tattoos.


The album features American hip-hop recording artist 2 Chainz; it is the first single from Jason Derulo to contain a feature.


That same day, Jason Derulo released the special edition of Tattoos in the UK, which included the 4 new songs from the Talk Dirty album.


On September 28,2016, Jason Derulo guest starred in an episode of the Fox drama Lethal Weapon.


On February 24,2017, Jason Derulo released a new single entitled "Swalla", featuring Nicki Minaj and Ty Dolla $ign.


At the 2017 Billboard Music Awards on May 21, Jason Derulo announced that his next studio album would be titled 777.


Jason Derulo explains the reason why he changed the album's name, saying:.


In May 2020, Jason Derulo confirmed that after a lengthy negotiation, he had left his record contract with Warner Bros.


In May 2021, Jason Derulo featured on the remix of "Jalebi Baby" by Indian-Canadian singer Tesher.


On September 3,2021, Jason Derulo released his new single "Acapulco".


In March 2023, Jason Derulo was announced as a judge for the Australian version of the singing competition, The Voice, replacing Keith Urban.


On May 18,2023, Jason Derulo released the single "When Love Sucks", which features singer Dido, sampling the latter's 2000 single "Thank You".


Jason Derulo has predominantly named Michael Jackson as his inspiration.


Jason Derulo explained that "Derulo has been tweaking his two modes just enough as they are used to offset each other, so that audiences never grew sick of either style".