Jason Derulo

May
22
New Music: Jason Derulo – ‘Undefeated’

Jason Derulo

After fracturing his neck earlier this year, Jason Derulo returned to the stage to debut his new song “Undefeated” on the “American Idol” finale. The uplifting dance record serves as the title track off his upcoming album. “Idol” fans voted online for their favorite lyrics, which were narrowed down by judges and used in the song.

“The fans got to help me write the song,” the Miami singer told Ryan Seacrest. “I started writing the song, but I left a bunch of lines blank and the fans have been helping me fill in the lines.”

If you like what you hear, you can download the song for free courtesy of Coca-Cola.

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Nov
6
Lady Gaga, Bruno Mars, & Jessie J Shine at MTV Europe Music Awards

Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga reigned over the 2011 MTV Europe Music Awards at Odyssey Arena in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The international superstar dominated Sunday’s show, winning four awards including Best Female, Best Song, and Best Video for “Born This Way.” She journeyed to the moon to deliver an out-of-this-world performance of her new single “Marry the Night.”

Two-time winner Justin Bieber spread cheer with his Christmas single “Mistletoe” and “Never Say Never.” Love was in the air as Bruno Mars serenaded the crowd with “Marry You.” And David Guetta was joined by Ludacris and Taio Cruz for “Little Bad Girl.”

“I never got to thank Amy Winehouse for breaking boundaries. She set a new standard for British female artists,” said a teary-eyed Jessie J while introducing a tribute to the late Winehouse. The 23-year-old popstress broke out from a vault for “Price Tag” and filled in for Usher on Guetta’s smash “Without You.”

Other winners included Eminem for Best Hip-Hop, Katy Perry for Best Live, and Bruno Mars for Best Push and Best New.

Check out some of the electrifying EMA performances below.

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Sep
10
New Music: Jason Derulo – ‘Pick Up the Pieces’

Jason Derulo

Jason Derulo tries to mend a broken heart on the remorseful “Pick Up the Pieces,” a cut off his sophomore album Future History, due September 27. The singer pleads for his lover’s forgiveness (“Can we forget the past?/ I miss you, I mean it”) on the J.R. Rotem-produced club record, which features a sample of Koko’s dance hit “Open Your Eyes” and the sound of shattering glass.

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Aug
12
Sneak Peek: Jason Derulo – ‘It Girl’

Jason Derulo and Tika Sumpter

Jason Derulo cozies up to “Gossip Girl” actress Tika Sumpter in the preview for “It Girl,” the second single off his sophomore album Future History (Sept. 27). The full video premieres Monday, August 15. Catch a sneak peek of Jason’s smooth moves below.

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Aug
4
Jason Derulo Performs on ‘America’s Got Talent’ [Video]

Jason Derulo

Jason Derulo worked up a sweat during his dynamic appearance on “America’s Got Talent.” Following a glowing intro from host Nick Cannon, the smooth operator performed his new single “It Girl” for the first time and danced to his electro-pop hit “Don’t Wanna Go Home” off his forthcoming album Future History. Watch Jason bust out the moves in primetime.

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Aug
3
New Music: Jason Derulo – ‘It Girl’

Jason Derulo

Jason Derulo finds his “It Girl” on the second single from his sophomore album Future History (Sept. 27). On the whistling tune, which serves as the follow-up to his top 10 hit “Don’t Wanna Go Home,” the lovestruck crooner sings the praises of a lovely lady, comparing her to his greatest hit. “Gossip Girl” actress Tika Sumpter co-stars as Jason’s “It Girl” in the video, which was recently shot.

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Aug
1
Album Cover: Jason Derulo – ‘Future History’

Future History

Jason Derulo makes Future History on the cover of his sophomore album, due September 27. Following the success of his dance floor hit “Don’t Wanna Go Home,” the 21-year-old singer is readying “It Girl” as his next single. A video has already been shot by director Colin Tilley.

“The new album is a bunch of reinventions,” Jason previously told Rap-Up TV. “I’ve experienced so much in these last two years. When I recorded my first record I was 19 years old and now I’m 21. This record is completely different from the last.”