Jason Derulo Drops New Album; Romps With K. Michelle on “Love Like That”; Announces UK Tour Dates

Jason Derulo's fourth studio album, Everything is 4, is out today, June 2nd. Led by the hit singles "Want To Want Me," "Get Ugly," "Cheyenne" and "Broke," the 11-song set features appearances such as Jennifer Lopez, Stevie Wonder, Keith Urban, Meghan Trainor, K. Michelle, Matoma, and pop-songwriter Julia Michaels.

"Everything is for a reason. Everything is for my mother. Everything is for my fans. Everything is for my family. Everything is for my future family, everything is for my future love. Pretty much everything is for a reason," Derulo told Time about the project. "Also, the number four is a number that follows us around. A few of those things kind of inspired me, like, four legs on a chair, four legs on a table. It represents a strong foundation. Four seasons represents change and being able to accept change, which is very relevant in my life right now."

Everything is 4 may be Derulo's best body of work because he makes everything feels natural no matter the genre. Another stand out track from the LP is the heavily R&B-infused duet, "Love Like That," with K. Michelle. The steamy ballad sees Derulo and K. Michelle making love secretly behind his best friends back, who is K's boyfriend. "I'm making love to his girl, but he's still my ni**a," croons Derulo.

In support of the new album, Derulo has also announced a seven-date arena tour of the UK, which will kick off in Cardiff on January 24. The trek will also make stops in Glasgow, Birmingham, Bournemouth, Brighton and Manchester before wrapping at London's O2 Arena on February 5.

The full tour dates:

January 24 – Cardiff Arena
January 29 – Glasgow Hydro
January 30 – Birmingham Genting Arena
February 1 – Bournemouth Intl Centre
February 2 – Brighton Centre
February 4 – Manchester Arena
February 5 – London O2 Arena

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