Check out the newest ‘countdown single’ from Jason Derulo’s upcoming fourth studio album, the aptly titled “Everything is 4”, in stores June 2, that has just been made available for individual purchase on iTunes. It’s the Jennifer Lopez-assisted song “Try Me”; Derulo’s first collaboration ever with the diva from The Bronx.
You must be thinking; “a duet between Jason Derulo and Jennifer Lopez? This got to be a hit!”. Well, it isn’t really a hit. It’s actually a bit underwhelming. “Try Me” is by far the weakest song I’ve heard so far this “Everything is 4” era, and it’s just disappointing for a Derulo and J.Lo collaboration.
The best and only good thing about “Try Me” is its summery island vibe. That’s it. The song as a whole is below average. It could’ve perfectly done without Jennifer (and I’m in shock she agreed to jump on this as she’s usually great at picking her duets). As a non-collaborative Jason Derulo ‘album track’ I could be fine with, but knowing “Try Me” is a COLLABORATION, and Jason’s first with the one and only Jennifer Lopez, it’s insulting. Weak, weak, and weak. There’s nothing catchy about it. Agh. So mad.
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