Jason Derulo has unveiled the cover art for his sophomore album, 'Future History,' which is set to arrive on Sept. 27.

The image shows the Miami native dancing, which denotes the vibe of the upcoming release. "I like to write music based on who I am as a person, and this [album] is far different from the first one," he tells Billboard. "On the first one I didn't have club tracks because I hadn't experienced that at all, and on this one my first record is about the most amazing party you've ever been to."

The "first record" he's referring to is his club-ready single, 'Don't Wanna Go Home,' which samples the 1993 Robin S. hit 'Show Me Love,' and borrows a line from 'Day-O (The Banana Boat Song),' with a slight modification.

'Future History' will also feature the single 'It Girl' for which the singer released a video, directed by Colin Tilley. The album is the follow-up to Derulo's chart-topping self-titled debut, which was released in March 2010. The singer is offering a deluxe autographed version of the album on his website, which includes a signed CD, two bonus MP3s, two remixes and more.