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Watch the world premiere of JoJo‘s ‘Sabotage’ music video below:






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Earlier today, JoJo and PJ Morton performed their R&B hit ‘Say So’ on the Today Show. Check out their electric performance below:






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YouKnowIGotSoul: A lot of people have been excited about the collaboration you have with JoJo. Talk about that song a little bit.

Tank: Oh man! I wanted to put JoJo in a space. I’ve watched JoJo grow up from a kid and now she’s this gorgeous woman. I think she downplays it and how other people see her. I’m like “JoJo! These streets is talking about you. They want to be able to gawk over you”. This song right here really puts her in that space to where you have to double take and look at JoJo like “Oh my god! I need to go to her page and like some of her pictures”. It’s that type of vibe and it’s so cool because we both got out of a tough situation, so for both of us to make it out of that situation, it’s the first opportunity to come together and do some real cool stuff. It was really a dope experience.






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Earlier this week, JoJo and Conor Maynard recorded a sing off to Lil Nas X’s song “Old Town Road” ft. Billy Ray Cyrus. Last night, they released the video, which you can see below:






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The pop performer tells the Recording Academy about rerecording her 2004 self-titled debut album, what she wishes she’d known about the music industry at 12 years old, and what she’d like to do next

“There are things that just cannot be taken away from me,” says JoJo. “And that’s my history, my voice, my spirit.”

Over the years, that’s exactly what the pop star has reinforced, though her approach—always using her voice, her spirit—took a lot of strength and resilience. In an age in which seemingly everything is available at the tap of a finger, JoJo’s first two albums remained absent from the world, as if lost in a patch of quicksand in the music streaming universe. And while dedicated fans of the 28-year-old pop star’s 2004 debut, JoJo, and 2006 followup The High Road, certainly felt their absence, the voice behind them, unable to share her music with the world, felt that loss more deeply.

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Highlights will include special performances celebrating the 25th anniversary of Mary J. Blige’s My Life and Nas’ Illmatic, as well as a live album recording by Grammy Award-winning musician PJ Morton featuring performances from JoJo, Luke James, The Hamiltones and more.

Weekend ticket packages for the 2019 ESSENCE Festival are currently on sale, with prices starting at $185.

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Pride season is upon us and JoJo will be performing at the Phoenix Pride on April 6th. Check out the promo banner for her appearance above and purchase tickets here.






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It’s here! On Grammy night, PJ Morton promised that he would be releasing a new song with JoJo. Four days later, it’s here in the form of ‘Say So.’ Check out the song below:






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JoJo Is Reclaiming Her Time

When JoJo first emerged in 2003, she was just 13 years old with a fully formed sound that fit nicely into pop and R&B radio markets. So when her first single “Leave (Get Out),” from her self-titled 2004 debut, came on the radio, I, like most teens I grew up with, couldn’t believe that such a big voice could belong to someone who was just of junior high school age. As an empowering kiss-off in which JoJo chants “leave!” to a good-for-nothing boy who maybe didn’t return her MASH notes in math class, the song was rendered with such conviction that it turned the former America’s Most Talented Kids hopeful into a bonafide star, seemingly overnight.

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