The album, his third full-length in the U.S., will be released in April
After teasing the U.S. with a five-song EP last year. Jason Derulo has announced plans to released his third full-length album in America.
According to Radio.com, Derulo, on the heels of top five U.S. hit "Talk Dirty," will release a new album -- also titled "Talk Dirty" -- this April.
While Derulo originally only released a five-track EP, "Tattoos," in 2013 in the U.S., he dropped elsewhere a full-length version of the album that included six additional songs -- 11 in total.
However, a story from Rap-Up seems to indicate "Talk Dirty" may not be a mere renaming of "Tattoos" for a U.S. release; it reports that Snoop Dogg, Tyga and Kid Ink will make appearances on the album, having received no airtime on "Tattoos." That album featured contributions from Pitbull and The Game in addition to 2 Chainz and Jordin Sparks, whose featured spots will find their way onto "Talk Dirty."
Timbaland, DJ Mustard and RedOne are among the producers who contributed to the album.
“When I was making this album, I wanted to go in and experiment and do something that was just totally different and off the wall,” Derulo told Rap-Up.
"Talk Dirty" -- the cover art for which features a shirtless Derulo being caressed by hands extending from behind him -- is scheduled for an April 15 release.