UPDATE: Jojo and Wiz ain't apologizing for shit in the newly-premiered music video for "F--k Apologies." The clip was directed by Francesco Carrozzini, the mastermind behind Beyonce’s “Jealous” and Lana Del Rey’s “Ultraviolence” videos. Watch:
JoJo unleashes the first single from her upcoming studio album.
It turns out that Twitter troll was right. On Wednesday (July 27) night, JoJo released the first official single, "F--k Apologies" with Wiz Khalifa, from her upcoming album Mad Love for the world to hear.
The song, produced by Wolf Cousins and Matt Friedman, debuted on digital stores and streaming services at midnight on Wednesday. The single cover depicts the "Too Little Too Late" songstress decked out in some killer blue wardrobe while looking fierce! The song also features rapper Wiz Khalifa which adds a nice touch to the unapologetic song, although I'm sure we all would love an alternate solo version in the near future so we can hear JoJo slay a bridge as per usual.
Along with the "Apologies" premiere, JoJo dropped some exclusive deets about her album Mad Love via Facebook Live: The album will have 13 tracks, and it will have three features as well. Not counting Wiz Khalifa, I wonder who the features are. Ariana Grande? Tori Kelly?
The music video for "F--k Apologies" will debut on Friday, July 29, and the song will be available worldwide on Friday as well. If you're in the US, you can buy or stream the song on iTunes, or stream below via Spotify.