Jason Derulo


Jason Derulo’s fifth album is set to be released in June of this year.

1. The album cover is going to look like this.


Yeah, Jason’s ultra-pensive face is going to dominate the cover, unless the marketing folks at Warner Brothers Music decide otherwise.

2. It’s not going to be a collection of songs about his breakup with fellow singer Jordan Sparks.

Whenever pop stars suffer a huge breakup, people are always thinking that if they have a pending release, it’s going to be filled with mournful ballads about their mutilated heart.


3. Look for Jason to promote the life out of it.

The album hasn’t even been released yet, and a cross-promotion with the dating site Tinder was strategically orchestrated. And yes, this ought to be taken as a sign of what’s to come. While Warner Brothers Music has yet to announce tour dates for Everything is 4, Jason is scheduled to perform at the Washington State Fair in late September. He’s also the headliner at the Dubuque County Fair in Iowa in August.

Photo Credit: Kate Gordon

4. Look for some eye-popping choreography and dancing during his performances to back Everything is 4.

Jason really impressed live show critics like Ali Szubiak at the iHeart Music Radio Awards show back in March—even earning himself comparisons to Michael Jackson—so you can bet this time around he will get twice as many kudos.


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