You helped set her free, now she’s returning the love! The viral #FreeJoJo movement got the singer, 23, out of her contract with Blackground Music just under a month ago, and she’s already releasing new music.
On February 14, the singer released a brand new EP, #LoveJo, just a few days after she signed with Atlantic Records. The best part? The entire four-song EP is free! The album is currently streaming on SoundCloud, and you can listen to the tracks below.
Included among the tracks is a cover of Anita Baker’s “Caught Up in the Rapture,” as well as Phil Collins’ “Take Me Home,” and the gospel spiritual “Oh Glory.”
During her teenage years, JoJo — born Joanna Noelle Levesque — constantly topped the pop charts. These days, she’s reinvented her sound with a smooth, grown-up, R&B vibe.
The singer has been busily re-tweeting fan reactions to her music all day. She knows that social media is a big part of how she made it to her album, #LoveJo, and the singer couldn’t be more grateful for what she’s been able to accomplish.
In addition to thanking fans, she also took to Twitter to thank her coaches and team. “Endless thank you's 2my unmatchably incredible loving encouraging team @Gitz9 @_KatieGallagher @ChrisSmithMgmt . You go above & BEYOND 4 me,” she tweeted.
She also thanked her vocal coach, “Thanks praise hugs and kisses for@princeofmalibu for giving me the encouragement & guidance to be my personal best/ to live like a SINGER.”
Congrats to JoJo on the release of her EP. We can’t wait to hear what she comes out with next!