Jason Derulo Opens Up On New Album

04/15/2014
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(Radio.com) Jason Derulo wrote over 300 songs for his new album, Talk Dirty. He somehow managed to whittle those 300 tracks down to 11, which he describes as his "lasting experiences." In an interview with Radio.com, Derulo explained that his life is revealed on each song of his release. "I'm very, very honest on this album," he told Radio.com.

In addition to being remarkably honest, Derulo said he wanted to make sure his release was a "roller coaster ride" for listeners. And that he does as Talk Dirty pulls out all the stops with appearances from 2 Chainz, Snoop Dogg, Tyga, Kid Ink and girlfriend Jordin Sparks and production credits from Timbaland, DJ Mustard and RedOne.

"Every single song was totally different from the last," he explained. "My first album was written when I was 19-years-old. I wanted to be sure this album was far different from that one, to make sure that the growth was present. I'm 23 now. I really wanted this album to be a direct representation of who I am. I didn't want to hide anything. This album, I wanted to tell a story."

He added: "This album just has so many different dimensions. I didn't just want to go down this one lane. There are so many sides of me," he said. "I wanted to be sure we covered all aspects of my personality and I also think it's pretty boring to hear an album that's one lane and continues to be on the same ride." more on this story

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