Jason Derulo's Most Streamed Songs

Jason Derulo's songs with the highest streaming numbers are ranked, listed and reviewed for fans who want to go down memory lane

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Jason Derulo songs have been very popular in the pop world. His music burst onto the scene when EDM and Pop went hand in hand. His songs were everywhere and rightfully so. They brought happiness to people and were easy to dance to. Their accessibility is why they were used in commercials and other mass market situations. Even the way he said his name in songs was memorable. This is something that has truly never left many people’s minds. For some, most of his music is nostalgic because it released when they were younger with less responsibilities. Some of his songs are classics in many people’s eyes for this exact reason. We’ve compiled his 10 most streamed songs and you’re definitely going to find some of those nostalgic tracks on this list.

#10 Saturday/Sunday - Jason Derulo, David Guetta

This is one of the most recent Jason Derulo songs on this list. Lately, many people are sampling very popular songs from the past. The sample is often instantly recognizable and draws people in. Jason Derulo uses that technique with the chorus of this song. David Guetta’s production brings an EDM tone to it for 2023. Like most songs in this genre, the drop is what people wait for. The pulsing drums come in and it makes it hard to not move in some way when this happens. Jason’s vocals sound light and fun as interlopes the hook from “Saturday Love” by Cherrelle and Alexander O’Neal. The song has a danceable tone to it that also makes it ideal for working out too. The fact these two worked together again in 2023 was quite a big deal for fans. 

#9 Savage Love (Laxed - Siren Beat) [BTS Remix] - Jawsh 685, BTS, Jason Derulo

There are three versions of this song. The first one, was an instrumental song by New Zealand producer Jawh 685 titled “Laxed - Siren Beat”. The second one, featured Jason Derulo. The third, featured BTS and Jason Derulo. For BTS fans, seeing yet another song reach huge success was a joy for them. However, there’s some controversy attached to this one. When the music video for the song was released, Jason Derulo did not initially credit BTS or Jawsh 685. This made BTS fans upset. Fortunately, he later fixed it. The song has a melody that goes well with its earworm of a hook. Naturally, the song’s bilingual aspects are a big draw as the BTS members use Korean and English in their verses. This is a collaboration that brought new listeners to listeners of BTS and Jason Derulo.

#8 Acapulco - Jason Derulo

This is a fairly recent Jason Derulo song that dropped in 2021. It’s on the shorter side at just over two minutes. This encourages fans to listen to it back-to-back and even a third time if they want. On this song, he uses a slight accent at times to fit the theme of the song. Acapulco is a city in Mexico and Jason alludes to the beach resort town in the song. The melody of the song lines up with Jason’s vocal delivery exactly. The entire song has a fun and upbeat atmosphere. Additionally, the lyrics in both verses follow the same flow which make them easy to remember and sing along with. Perhaps the icing on the cake for the theme is the sound of ocean waves at the beginning of the song.

#7 Whatcha Say - Jason Derulo

This is one Jason Derulo's songs many people consider a classic. This one was on Jason Derulo’s debut album from 2010. To celebrate its 10 year anniversary, the album was re-released in 2020. For many people, this song was their introduction to his music. He made sure people knew his name on this one since he said it at the beginning. Furthermore, the song’s hook is probably what people think of when they hear the song. This portion is a sample of “Hide and Seek” by Imogen Heap. Jason’s verses are a response to it and the song tells a story. The instruments in the song combine keys and what sounds like trumpets and create a layered atmosphere. This one is not as direct with its danceability in comparison to some of his other songs.

#6 Talk Dirty - Jason Derulo feat. 2 Chainz

When pop artists work with rappers, it can go one of two ways. People either latch on to it or dismiss it. This was another nostalgic one for many but calling it a “classic” may be a reach for many of them. Still, this song does have an iconic part that many people remember. It’s not really a “drop” like EDM music has but everything does shift for something: a saxophone. The saxophone’s melody comes in with the hook which makes it stick out easily. This part may sound a little dated for some if you’re listening in 2023. This Jason Derulo song is very hook centric too as his actual verses are minimal. 2 Chainz’s is longer and fits in with the theme well. This one is the opening and title track of the album it’s on.

#5 1,2 3, - Sofia Reyes feat. Jason Derulo and De La Ghetto

English-speaking artists collaborating with Hispanic ones is something we’ve been seeing for years. These days, the Hispanic artist is able to burst onto the American scene without a collaboration. Or, the English-speaking artists feature on their song instead of vice versa. This is the case with this Jason Derulo song. The song is bilingual with Sofia’s verse using English and Spanish. De La Ghetto’s verse is essentially in Spanish completely aside from a few ad-libs. Jason’s verse is brief and also bilingual. He appears again on the song’s hook and provides background vocalizations. The song itself has the bounce that many Hispanic led pop songs have. Traditional instruments like guitars combine with traditional and programmed drums to create a fun dance atmosphere. 

#4 Take You Dancing - Jason Derulo

Pop music has been using double entendres and innuendos for years. Pop music is meant to be accessible for all and with these methods, songs can be played in multiple settings. This Jason Derulo song uses this technique although due to one line it’s not exactly cleverly “hidden”. Still, it’s got a hook with repeated vocalizations that stick in listeners' minds. For some, it makes them think of “Tom’s Diner” by Suzanne Vega which used a similar technique. The keys and guitar in the song give the song a lighthearted tone and the strings that come in make it a little more interesting. Jason goes into his higher register throughout the song too which is common but still appreciated by listeners. 

#3 Want to Want Me - Jason Derulo

This Jason Derulo song is another one that was very popular when it released. It has a pleasant atmosphere and would be fitting on a sunny day. This one was used in compilation videos on social media a lot or for positive segments on daytime shows. Once again, Jason mostly uses his higher register for his vocal delivery. This compliments the tone of the song well. His background vocalizations are a little more understated in this one. However, they still serve as an additional melody to the song. They come in at the end of the hook in the background. Furthermore, this is another hook centric song in his discography. The verses are short and the hook is easy to sing along with which was its purpose.

#2 Savage Love (Laxed - Siren Beat) - Jawsh 685, Jason Derulo

This one is the Jason Derulo version of the #9 song on this list. With only him on vocals, the second verse on the song is different. However, the first one is still used on the BTS remix as it was here. With Jason only doing the vocals here, the song is also slightly shorter, This does not mean we hear the instrumental for any longer amount of time either though. In fact, the instrumental itself is the exact same. Jawsh 685 didn’t feel the need to change it and this decision makes sense. Jason’s high register vocals are on display even more prominently here and fit the song well. For this one, the real triumph is how much attention and success it brought to Jawsh 685 as this is his #1 most streamed song.

#1 Swalla - Jason Derulo feat. Nicki Minaj and Ty Dolla $ign

We haven’t specified the stream count for any of these songs but this one is worth mentioning. It’s over one billion. This makes sense considering Nicki Minaj is one of the features on it. Also, Ty Dolla $ign is always a big draw when he’s featured. Out of all the songs up here, this one is the most rap centric. Jason still sings while Ty Dolla does a rap-sing flow and Nicki raps. The hook interlopes a classic hip-hop song “Shimmy Shimmy Ya” by ODB. The song’s subject matter is an obvious innuendo. However, the song’s island based production makes it ideal for that setting and it’s still danceable. The music video showcased the former with colors as bright as the song’s atmosphere is.

Do any of these Jason Derulo songs give you nostalgia? Let us know in the comments section. 


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