I am BEYOND tired of these young adult R&B males, like Jason Derulo, releasing records with immature, shallow and simplistic lyrical content. The entire time I was listening to Derulo’s sophomore album, “Future History,” I thought I was listening to an 18-year-old, only to find out he’s 22. The lyrics were so painstakingly superficial and boyish, to the point that the idea of sexual content seems inappropriate or like a joke. Vocally, Derulo’s voice is boring, whiny and at times, nasal-like, despite having a good falsetto. The production on “History” is only sparsely interesting, using typical R&B-techno patterns. I couldn’t wait to finish listening to this album. Only enjoyed one track (“Bleed Out”), and that’s only because the lyrics were slightly more metaphoric that the rest.