Singer Jason Derulo says he likes being vulnerable with his music and enjoys bringing out his emotional side.
The singer says he has dived into being open with his music as he believes it is what the world needs to listen to, reported Contactmusic.
"I do feel like there's a void for that (vulnerability) on radio. There's not that vulnerable vocal R&B-pop right now. When I bring people into the studio to listen, they're like, '...The world needs to hear this.'
"That motivated me to do more of it, dive into myself and bring out that emotional side. I'm always thinking about what's next - what have people gotten from me, what do people like from me, and what haven't people heard from me," Derulo says.
The 27-year-old singer says it's his goal to ensure all his tracks have a different sound.
"That's always the goal. It comes easy because of the fact that I'm such a big fan of music. I love all kinds of music. That keeps me on my toes, always searching for a new sound, something that intrigues me. If it intrigues me, chances are it'll stand out on the radio.
"I never want to blend in with the mold - I want to create a trend, never join the trend. I want things to stick out like a sore thumb," he says.
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