Jojo teases her new record with a candid look at her love for music.
Jojo spent the better part of 2015 promoting music off her last release, a three-song EP, but the powerhouse songstress is readying a proper release finally.
When Jojo was 12-years-old, she signed a deal with Blackground Records that would impact her career for over a decade, forcing the talented crooner to put forth only a handful of records since she began in 2002. After a series of missteps which blocked her from releasing anything for years, Jojo filed a lawsuit against the label for "irreparable damages to her professional career." She has since rid herself from that group and aligned with Interscope.
Who knows where Jojo would sit in current music culture had she dropped music on a more consistent basis, but nothing can take away her uniqueness. Since that suit, Jojo shared two mixtapes and, most recently, her three-song EP dubbed Tringle, but held off on a proper record since 2006's The High Road, but that's all about to change.
On Monday (July 25), the "When Love Hurts" singer uploaded an honest clip showing bits of her as a toddler already embracing her talents and features some of her new tunes.
“Everything starts from music with me,” she says in the video. “I don’t have a shtick. I don’t have an angle,” she says.