Jason Derulo - Marry Me

Posted 2 years ago
Producer:
Jonas Jeberg and Andy Marvel
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Still riding high off the Billboard success of lead selection The Other Side (which was followed by international hit Talk Dirty), Warner Bros. crooner Jason Derulo returns to our pages with single number two off his forthcoming EP. On Marry Me, the rising pop star tells his girl that she’s the one he wants to spend forever with, promising a ring just as soon as he gets his money right. Jonas Jeberg and Andy Marvel man the boards, crafting a tender, yet upbeat keyboard backdrop for his heartfelt vocals. Could this joint indicate that Derulo’s fixing to take things to the next level with his main squeeze, RCA Records songstress Jordin Sparks? Guess we’ll just have to wait and see. In any case, fans can watch our pages for further singles leading up to the September 24, release of Tattoos.

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