After a neck injury derailed his ability to promote his last album 'Future History,' Jason Derulo is all better and has emerged with a brand new single, 'The Other Side,' which will appear on his third album, due out in September. The track, an upbeat pop song slathered with synths, was produced by Ammo and Dr. Luke. With that kind of knob twiddling expertise behind the board, does it stand up?
Oh, to be a young, good-looking, talented and famous couple in love. While Jelena and Haylor are either breaking up every five minutes or crashing and burning before they really take off, respectively, it's refreshing to see a long-term and stable relationship like that of Jordin Sparks and Jason Derulo. The couple snuggle up in a date night-themed feature for the February 2013 issue of Glamour.
"This is my sanctuary -- this is my home. This is where I feel most comfortable." Jason Derulo is seated like a king at the epicenter of a rented studio in Burbank that is encased with a simple, yet modern aesthetic -- black leather sofas and muted-colored walls, a switchboard only used by the elite producers, and glass windows dividing the studio from the adjacent sound booth. Dim lighting hovers over us, but Derulo's demeanor is anything but dark.
Way to go, Chris Rene, who is the newest champion of our About to Pop series! The 'X Factor' alum came over a lot of hardships to make it to where he is today, and we couldn't be happier that Rene's 'Young Homie' is the latest About to Pop track. You can tune in to our weekend radio show this Saturday and Sunday (June 2 and 3) to hear 'Young Homie' when it airs on more than 20 stations nationwide!
Jason Derulo debuted his new song 'Undefeated' on tonight's episode (May 22) of 'American Idol.' The song was part of a Coca Cola promotion where fans could participate in the writing of the song's lyrics. Derulo, who has been sidelined from the road and from performing after breaking his neck while rehearsing for tour, began the song while seated. It felt like a cautious move. But like his injury, he didn't stay down.