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article imageReview: Jason Derulo delivers on new 'Everything Is 4' studio album Special

By Markos Papadatos     Jun 6, 2015 in Music
On June 2, pop and R&B star Jason Derulo released his latest album, "Everything Is 4," which is one of his greatest musical works to date.
His album opens with his lead single, the upbeat love song "Want To Want Me," which is making its way up the Billboard Hot 100 charts, and rightfully so.
It is followed by "Cheyenne," which has a neat dance vibe to it, well as "Get Ugly," both of which he performed for iHeartRadio at the iHeartRadio Theater, presented by P.C. Richard and Son.
He continues with "Pull-Up" and "Love Like That," where he collaborates with K. Michelle. Speaking of collaborations, "All About That Bass" singer Meghan Trainor joins him on "Painkiller," which has the potential to become another radio single in the future.
"Broke" is a duet with his musical hero, Stevie Wonder, where he plays harmonica, as well as country superstar Keith Urban. His collaboration with Jennifer Lopez and Matoma, "Try Me," is infectious due to its stunning instrumentation.
It is safe to say that Derulo saves his best collaboration for last, "Trade Hearts" with singer-songwriter Julia Michaels, whose vocals are crystalline on this track. His CD closes with the pop-sounding "X2CU."
The Verdict
Overall, Jason Derulo's newest album is solid from start to finish. With such a variety of songs on this project, it will make it difficult for the listener to pick a favorite. It garners 4 out of 5 stars.
To learn more about Derulo's latest CD, check out his website.
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