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Listen: JoJo Releases Three New Singles!

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Well LOOK at God!

It’s been a long time coming, but the wait is finally over! While incredible songstress JoJo has been giving us a little bit here and there when it comes to music, she has officially given us something new to bask in.

Delivering her “tringle” – which is defined as three singles – the young talent continues to impress with her soulful vocals. Prepping her third album via Atlanta Records, the Boston native brings fans a diverse range of sounds.

The three new cuts include the powerful Harmony Samuels helmed ballad “Say Love,” a story of painful addiction on the personable “Save My Soul,” and the party-infused “When Love Hurts.”¬† Showcasing her varying styles JoJo continues to prove that there is basically nothing she can’t do musically.

Thanking her fans for their loyalty with the message, “THANKFUL AND EXCITED to share these three singles with you!! Thank you from the bottom to the top of my heart for your support over the years. The journey is just beginning…,” we’re sure her new album will be all that we’ve hoped for.

Take a listen to the new jams below!

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JoJo Previews New Singles, Announces Tringle Release Date

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Well it’s about dang time!

While the world has kinda sorta been patiently waiting on JoJo to deliver a new album, the talented songstress has been ready to unleash what is probably going to be some of the best music that she’s created.

Revealing that she will be rolling out¬†three new simultaneous singles – or as she calls it, a “Tringle” – on August 21, the 24-year-old singer set the Internet into a frenzy with thoughts of what the newest releases could sound like.

Although there’s still a little over a week left until we can hear each track to its entirety, the powerhouse vocalist gave fans a small preview of what to expect during a Wild 94.1 showcase in Florida.

Take a look at a sample of the new singles below!

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New Music: JoJo – Far From Heaven

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It’s been a while since we’ve heard from JoJo, but that has changed today thanks to a random email containing a new song entitled “Far From Heaven.”

Currently working on her much-anticipated Atlantic Records debut, fans of the singer will be praising her once again after hearing the soulful new ballad.

“So far from heaven with nowhere to run / Should of seen it coming but we followed the sun / Far from perfect in this universe / No use fixing the things that never worked,” she sings over the piano-driven instrumental.

Since signing with Atlantic Records, JoJo has been working on her third album with Harmony Samuels, Da Internz, Noisecastle III, and more.

Listen to JoJo soar below:

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Look: JoJo Hits the Studio with Harmony Samuels

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There’s been a lot of excitement since the news broke that JoJo was finally released from Blackground Records after an uphill battle and signed a new deal with Atlantic Records.

JoJo’s last musical offering was this past Valentine’s Day when she released her EP #LoveJoJo.

The songstress has been recording her new album and recently linked up with hit making producer Harmony Samuels. We definitely can’t wait to hear this!


JoJo Joins B.o.B. In Acoustic Performance Of ‘John Doe’

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Singer-songwriter JoJo is definitely taking advantage of her new home at Atlantic Records. Joining forces with labelmate B.o.B., the young and feisty diva and ATLien performed an acoustic version of his hit single, “John Doe“.

Filling in for the original vocalist on the song, Priscilla Renea, JoJo sounded absolutely incredible against B.o.B’s guitar skills. Showing off in front of a very intimate crowd, we’re hoping this isn’t the last of seeing them perform together – especially since we’ll be receiving JoJo’s third album some time soon.

Catch the performance below:

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JoJo Sets The Stage On Fire With Fader Fort At SXSW Performance

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“You know it’s just a little too late…” Or is it? Apparently not musically for big voiced singer, Jojo. Stepping on the stage to perform her 2006 hit single, “Too Little Too Late”, Jojo made it her point to remind us of why we’ve been waiting on her to hit the scene for so long.

Thighs out for the viewing, the incredible songstress tore down the stage at this past week’s Fader Fort at SXSW showcase. Hitting the stage earlier in the afternoon in a red high double split dress, the newly signed Atlantic Records artist gave audience members a flash back to their early years as she performed both “Too Little Too Late” and “Leave (Get Out)”. Also taking to some of her numbers on her most recent project, #LoveJo, the young star belted out her covers of the Phil Collins “Take Me Home” and one of our favorites, “Caught Up In The Rapture” by Anita Baker.

Austin was surely a place that everyone walked away from saying that experienced a true show to remember. However, if you weren’t there to see it firsthand, take a look at the clip below:

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New Music: Jojo – #LoveJo (EP)

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It’s the big day! So you know that means big music from almost every artist! Not to be forgotten on this special day is our girl Jojo, who has dropped a brand new EP titled #LoveJo!

Finally ending a lengthy battle with former record label Blackground, the 20-something diva in the making is now free to give us all the music she wants under Atlantic Records. To start, she’s giving us some heat!!!

The EP hosts four love filled tracks including a remake of Anita Baker’s “Caught Up In The Rapture”. Jojo also puts her vocals to use on the Phil Collins track “Take Me Home”. Prepping us for her first album in eight years, the new EP leaves us yearning for more – and soon!!!

Take a listen to the project below!

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JoJo Has Been Released from Blackground, Signs with Atlantic Records

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Well look what the New Year has brought! After a very lengthy battle, JoJo has finally been released from her contract with Blackground Records!

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