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- Song Name: Don’t Wanna Go Home
- Artist Name / Band Name: Jason Derulo
- Featuring: N/A
- Produced By: Heather Jeanette, Tim Roberts & The Fliptones
- Album Name: Future History
- Release Date: May 10, 2011
- Genre: Dance-Pop, Electro-Pop, Pop, R&B
- Record Label: Beluga Heights/Warner Bros.
- Written By: Jason Derulo, William Attaway, Irving Burgie, David Delazyn, Allen George, Fred McFarlane & Chaz Mishan
- Performance: Peaked at No.N/A
- Sampled In: Come Piace a Me by Gué Pequeno (Ft. T-Mez)
- Cover By: N/A
- Remixed By: N/A
Jason Derulo – Don’t Wanna Go Home Review
There should be no reason to be surprised upon reading any ‘Don’t Wanna Go Home’ by Jason Derulo review. In truth, the song does not sound original; but the whole package is delivered with nothing but upbeat energy combined with fun.
You may find it difficult to resist the charms of this track. Judging this song, the recording artist should not encounter any problem in taking over pop radio playlists. Derulo should be included in the party pop summer pack of 2011.
The song pulls together two different musical references to create this dance party track. Throughout the song is a sample from ‘Show Me Love’ by Robin S. The chorus was partially constructed right from lyrics that could be traced to ‘Day-O (The Banana Boat Song).’
After hearing this track, you may certainly agree that Derulo is among the underrated recording artists we have today. There should be reason why his first album was able to generate singles that gathered more than three double platinum awards.
He has become among the most played recording artists on modern pop radio. This song would make you feel that he truly deserves it.