Trumpets

Album: Tattoos (2013)
Charted: 4 14

Songfacts®:

  • This song finds Jason Derulo comparing his lover's body to various artists' music. It was penned by the singer with Visionary Music Group artist/producer Jon Bellion, whose other credits include Eminem's collaboration with Rihanna "The Monster."
  • The song's raunchy video sees DeRulo getting hot and heavy with a woman, only for the pair to be interrupted by a band of trumpeters. It was directed by Jason Derulo in his directorial debut alongside Colin Tilley.

    This was the sixth clip that Tilley had worked on with DeRulo following ones for "It Girl," "Breathing," "Fight For You," "The Other Side" and "Talk Dirty."
  • Derulo performed the song on television for the first time during UK's The Paul O'Grady Show on December 10, 2013.
  • The song topped the Australian singles charts for one week. It was DeRulo's third #1 Down Under following "In My Head" and "Talk Dirty."

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