Sure, her label may bill her that way. Yes, you may even think it after listening to “La La La.” But do not call Auburn the “female Jason Derulo.”
Matter of fact, don’t call her the female version of anything.
The MySpace sensation scored a record deal with J.R. Rotem’s Beluga Heights well before Derulo or Iyaz burst on to the scene. Now it’s her turn at stardom with her first single pushed to radio, the catchy “La La La”, which features her labelmate Iyaz.
Auburn checked in to “The Ralphie Radio Show” to shed some light on the track and the path she took to reach the current point of her career.
Part 1: “La La La”
Part 2: MySpace