“Swalla” is the lead single and first music video recorded by American singer Jason Derulo for his upcoming fifth studio album.
The song was released on February 24, 2017, by Warner Bros. Records, as the lead single from Derulo’s upcoming fifth studio album. The song was written by Derulo, Minaj, Ty, Ricky Reed, LunchMoney Lewis, Robert Diggs, Jacob Kasher Hindlin, Robin Weisse and Russell Jones. It was produced by Ricky Reed.
On February 24, 2017, the official lyric video for “Swalla”, directed by Alex Lockett, was uploaded to Derulo’s YouTube channel. The music video premiered on March 17, 2017.
“Me Too” is a music video and second single by American singer and songwriter Meghan Trainor from her second major-label studio album, Thank You.
The song was released on May 5, 2016, as the second single from the album. Produced by Ricky Reed, the song was written by Trainor, Eric Frederic, Jacob Kasher Hindlin, Jason Desrouleaux, and Peter Svensson.
The song’s music video was released on May 9, 2016 via Meghan Trainor’s official YouTube VEVO channel, but was removed by Trainor the same day, alleging digital manipulation of her body. The following day, a new edit of the video was released.
“Naked” is the first music video and lead single by American recording artist Jason Derulo for his upcoming fifth studio album.
The music video “Naked” from Jason Derulo features leading lady and American singer, recording artist K. Michelle.
The track was produced by Smash David.
“Secret Love Song” is a music video and a single recorded by British girl group Little Mix for their third studio album, Get Weird.
“Secret Love Song” is a slow ballad comprising pounding bass and melancholic strings. The song was announced as the third single from Get Weird in Ireland and the UK.
The song features American rapper, Snoop Dogg. It was released as a bonus track appearing on disc 2 of physical copies of his album Tattoo.
After making the whole earth dance with his new hit single “Talk Dirty”, Pop/R&B singer Jason Derülo returns with the fourth single from his new album Talk Dirty. The song has so far peaked at number 10 on the Billboard hot 100, thus making it Derulo’s 5th top 10 single.
It’s the hot collaboration with the legendary Snoop Dogg in “Wiggle“. Take a look at the video premiere below and enjoy, share with your friends!
“Make It Up As We Go” is the second promotional single from American singer-songwriter, actor and dancer Jason Derulo‘s upcoming second studio album, Future History.
“That’s My Shhh” is the first promotional single from American singer-songwriter, actor and dancer Jason Derulo‘s upcoming second studio album, Future History.
The track premiered with a viral ‘Lyric video’ on Jason Derulo’s official YouTube channel in late August 2011.
“It Girl” is the second music video and single from American singer-songwriter, actor and dancer Jason Derulo‘s upcoming second studio album, Future History.
The music video premiered on Jason Derulo’s official YouTube channel in mid August 2011.
The music video for “It Girl” was directed by Colin Tilley and shot at a mansion in Malibu, sitting on a cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Gossip Girl actress, Tika Sumpter, plays Derülo’s “It Girl” in the video. Derülo told MTV News that he wanted the video to look like an open book. He said,
I wanted it to be almost like a photo album, so every single scene is kind of like a picture that you’re kind of looking into our relationship. So it is a 1920s vibe, it’s black and white, very high fashion—you know, you’ll see me very dapper in 1920s, Frank Sinatra-ish. So you’ll see the cars from that era, you’ll definitely feel the vibe of the house having that 1920s vibe as well. So it’s very different and very intimate, and it’s not a lot of dancing—it’s more personal.
“Dont Wanna Go Home” is the lead first single from American singer-songwriter, actor and dancer Jason Derulo‘s upcoming second studio album, Future History.
The beat is taken from the 90’s dance classic “Show Me Love” by Robin S., while some of the lyrics sample the infamous “Day-O (The Banana Boat Song)” by Harry Belafonte. “We say day-o, daylight come and we don’t wanna go home,” Jason sings on the chorus.
You may also remember the song around the dinner table with them being taken over by spirits while singing the “Day-O (Banana Boat Song) from the 80s classic Beetlejuice.
The track was produced by The Fliptones and it premiered in early May 2011.