Watch: Jason Derulo Rock Arsenio With ‘Talk Dirty’

Published: Friday 7th Feb 2014 by Sam

Jason Derulo is packing quite the monster with current single ‘Talk Dirty’. Exploding on both iTunes and radio, the track (which features on the 24-year-old’s latest album ‘Tattoos’), is a strong contender for the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 next week.

So as to give the cut an added push and massage its chances of chart triumph, Derulo took center stage on The Arsenio Hall Show last night, where he served up a Jason-like performance of the song.

Check it after the jump…

While we’re not particularly “here” for the song (and feel Mr Derulo has and can deliver better), success is success. So kudos to him for landing another chart hit. Especially with a number that sees him move away from the EDM that has dominated much of his discography up till this point.

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  1. me February 7, 2014

    So is this what we call singing now a days? LOOOOOOOOL

    And I am not even hating. This is merely entertainment.

    I wonder how jordin sparks feels about her BF singing as a ‘real’ singer.

    that would be interesting. The world know this aint singing.

  2. Yoncé February 7, 2014

    Prefer the studio version!!!!

    Its a club banger tho

  3. Rihanna Lately February 7, 2014

    This guy can fuuck me anytime omw SIGH

  4. cocobutta February 7, 2014

    He is hot chocolate even tho I’m not into his music but the song is catchy and chart worthy.

    Didn’t watch but thought I’d comment on him.
    I 2nd that Kudos as he has done well for himself

  5. iamthetruth February 7, 2014

    The studio version is better. It’s amazing what auto tune does for you.

  6. Stephy Tha Lambily February 7, 2014

    That s*** was horrible.

    *Exits Post*

  7. JOHNVIDAL February 7, 2014

    How many copies of his album have been purchased this time though? 5,000? 🙂 He´s hot at least.

  8. L21480 February 7, 2014

    I guess. On one hand I’m glad a black artist is in the top 5 with an R&B/Hip-Hop song…it represents a shift happening in music. On the other hand, Derulo’s history with wack ass Pop/EDM makes me skeptical of him being the one having this kind of success.

  9. eric February 7, 2014

    The saxophone vamp is the only part of the live arrangement that’s different from the studio version. I read the comments and thought I would hear a completely new remix. I like the choreography more than anything.

  10. Mark111 February 7, 2014

    He’s the NEXT. R.I.P to that Crack Clown dude.

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