Jason Derulo (stage name), a singer, dancer, and songwriter. Joel Desrouleaux is the real name. Born in 1989 (September 21), his place of birth is Miami, Florida. He has two siblings. His parents are Haitian. He is very close with his family.
She naturally likes music at a young age and he likes singing. In Florida, he used to perform at arts schools. At age of 8 he began to write his own songs. As a creative child who had a wonderful vocabulary, his writing skills attracted attention. Once, he went to study music in New York. He embarked on a musical career even in his teens.
At age of 12, he met with Frank Harris who then helped him increase his writing skill. After four years, he wrote songs for great stars including Donnie Klang, Danity Kane, Seang Kingston, P. Diddy, Lil’ Mama, and Cassie.
Derulo wanted something different except writing songs. Then In 2009, he had a deal contract between Warner Bros and Beluga Heights. He was also signed by American Idol to be a judge. In the same year he started debuting a single Whatcha Say which became a hit even after three months of release. It scored number #1 on Billboard Hot and sold more than 5 million downloads.
In 2010, he released debut album, Jason Derulo, produced by Rotern (top-notched producer). It’s first became the Top #10 of the U.K. and also Irish Albums Charts. He spent almost six weeks involved in the opening Lady Gaga’s The Monster Ball Tour. He also featured in a song Turn it Up, a song by Will Roush. He collaborated with Pixie Lott in a song Coming Home.
In 2011, he released the second album, Future History. It was spearheaded by the release of the single Don’t Wanna Go Home. In 2013, his third album Tattoos was released. It scored number #3 in the U.S.
Derulo genre music is pop and incorporates hip-hop and also R&B influences. His song and voice are lovable by his audience, so that everyone never grew sick of either style.