Posted by admin on November 6 • InterviewVideo



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Ever since the vase-shattering JoJo burst onto the music scene at just thirteen years old with her ’04 debut single, “Leave(Get Out),” the songstress captured music hearts across the globe and seemed to be headed to the high roads of music stardom. However, due to major drama with her record label, Interscope, her career was sidelined a bit and unfortunately, the “Too Little, Too Late” diva struggled to regain her prowess on the Billboard charts these last few years.

But being the industry fighter she is and just how devoted her long-time fans are, Ms. JoJo bounced back this year after finally being freed from the label and recently served us with a trio of songs in a fiery “tringle,” as well as hitting the road on her sold out I Am JoJo Tour, which will find its place on the Coda Philly stage tonight. (Read More…)



Posted by admin on November 5 • Interview



With her amazing voice and poise beyond her years, it’s easy to forget that JoJo is only 24 years old. Then you remember that her first album came out in 2004, when she was only 13 years old. (Read More…)



Posted by admin on November 5 • InterviewVideo



I’ve uploaded fan photos and video of JoJo performing on her “I Am” tour last night in New York. The video below features JoJo’s performance cover of Jeremih’s “Planes.”

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» 2015 Live Performances: New York – November 3rd



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Check out a new JoJo photo shoot taken by photographer Irvin Rivera for Graphics Metropolis.

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» 2015 Photoshoots: Irvin Rivera for Graphics Metropolis



Posted by admin on November 4 • GalleryPhotoshoot



Peep a preview photo from JoJo‘s interview with 96.5 Amp Radio in Philadelphia.

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» 2015 Interviews: 96.5 Amp Radio Interview



Posted by admin on November 4 • GalleryInterview



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In 2014, pop star JoJo broke free from her contract with Blackground Records, ending a Behind the Music–worthy, nearly-decade-long legal battle with the label that signed her when she was just 12. Those following her story know it’s an extreme example of music’s convoluted business practices, but sadly, not all that rare in the major label world, with everyone from Big Boi to, most recently, Kesha having to fight for their right to release.

At 13, JoJo became the youngest solo artist in Billboard history to score a No. 1 hit with 2004’s “Leave (Get Out),” but her career stalled for more than seven years, when her label repeatedly failed to release the follow-up to her (aptly named) 2006 sophomore LP, The High Road, while also refusing to let her out of her seven-album record deal. Now, at 24, JoJo’s back with a new label (Atlantic Records), a tringle (the term she coined for her new three-song single, led by the should-be hit “When Love Hurts”), a headlining tour, and her third album, finally out next year. Vulture caught up with the singer ahead of her November 3 show at New York City’s Webster Hall for a candid conversation on how she’s risen from the ashes of an industry that burned her. Here’s JoJo, in her own words. (Read More…)



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Posted by admin on October 28 • InterviewVideo



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“I’m Grown Now”: JoJo On Her Comeback, Avoiding the Tabloids and That “Fake” Cribs House

How do you remain a cultural icon and beloved pop star after putting out next to no music in years? JoJo, who broke out at the age of thirteen with her hit “Leave (Get Out),” making her the youngest female solo artist to have a number-one single in the States ever, still sees her mid-aughts anthems on heavy rotation at clubs, bars, karaoke lounges and anywhere else twentysomething millennials go out. But now, nine years after the release of her last album (2006’s The High Road) — and a nasty fight with her old record label — she’s making a much-anticipated reemergence. Back in August she released III. (pronounced “Tringle” as in “three singles”), and yesterday she premiered the new video for record track, “Say Love.” Ahead of an upcoming North American tour this November and December we had the chance to sit down with the singer and hear how — and why — she stayed out of the spotlight these past years and why she’s decided to get back in the music game. (Read More…)



Posted by admin on October 28 • Interview



The video for “Say Love” is here! Check it out the world premiere below:



Posted by admin on October 27 • Music Video












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