Uber-superstar Jason Derulo is back on the scene with his highly anticipated single “Glad U Came.”

The single, released via Atlantic Records, is a follow-up to “Saturday/Sunday,” a collaboration with the French producer David Guetta. Both artists are known for their club-ready pop anthems that will have everyone dancing out of their seats.

“Glad U Came” is a synth-pop love song that has Derulo expressing his gratitude towards the object of his affection as they meet by chance. He initially rejected a night out but was eventually convinced by his friend, thus meeting his girl at the “right place at the right time.”

Upon releasing the song, Derulo explained its significance and his recording process;

‘Glad U Came’ is beautiful love story about the power of destiny. It’s one of my favorite songs I’ve ever done. Some songs come easy and some are real work records. I worked on this one for a cpl years (started November 2021) chipping away at it, spending time away from it to get fresh perspective then attacking it again. I did this till I felt it was right. I completed it right on time for summer 23, hope you love it as much as I do. 🔥

Jason Derulo

Ever since he stepped onto the music scene in the late 2000s with his platinum-certified “Whatcha Say,” Derulo has grown into one of the most popular singers to date. He has reached over 18.2 billion streams and 15 platinum singles such as “Talk Dirty” and “Ridin’ Solo.” Derulo is not only a successful musician, but he has also ventured into acting and business investments. He is currently the fourth most-followed person on TikTok with 10 million views per video. To further expand his resume, Derulo is currently on the coaching panel of The Voice Australia.

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