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22 May 2023

Listen To Jason Derulo’s New Single ‘When Love Sucks’ Ft. Dido

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Jason Derulo has shared his latest single, When Love Sucks (Feat. Dido), available now via Atlantic Records.

Produced by Pink Slip (One OK Rock, Royal & The Serpent), the sultry, club-friendly track interpolates Dido’s 1999 top 3 hit single, Thank You, the song that was previously famously sampled in Eminem’s classic track Stan.

When Love Sucks (Feat. Dido) marks the latest in a string of blockbuster hits for Derulo, also including Glad U Came. Produced by Pink Slip, Jakke Erixson (Ava Max, Lauren Spencer Smith), Sam Martin (David Guetta, Maroon 5), Spencer Bastian (Rita Ora, Chromeo), and Tor Eimon (Faouzia, Chloe Tang), the smoothly dynamic track is accompanied by an official lyric video – which you can watch below – and has been streamed over 4 million times globally thus far.

Derulo – who is currently starring among the coaching panel on The Voice Australia – celebrated Saturday/Sunday with a full-length live performance on the third annual NFL TikTok Tailgate, the league’s ultimate pregame party before Super Bowl LVII, live from State Farm Stadium in Glendale, AZ. In addition, portions of Derulo’s performance – which saw him joined by a pack of robot dogs and included such hits as the RIAA platinum-certified Talk Dirty – was televised in the FOX Super Bowl LVII Pregame Show.

A truly genre-defying artist, Jason Derulo has staked his claim as one of the most dynamic forces in the global pop scene. Since breaking through with his 5x RIAA Platinum-certified single, Whatcha Say, the award-winning singer-songwriter who has a net worth in excess of $100 million, has sold more than 250M singles worldwide and achieved 15 Platinum singles including Wiggle, Talk Dirty, Want to Want Me, Trumpets, It Girl, In My Head, Ridin’ Solo, Savage Love and Take You Dancing. Since the start of his solo recording career in 2009, he has earned over 18.2B worldwide streams, and built an unstoppable social media following of over 117M followers across all platforms.

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