LISTEN: JoJo, Alessia Cara & JinJoo Collaborate On “I Can Only” For A Bathroom Session

Have we just witnessed the best bathroom session of the year? JoJo, Alessia Cara & JinJoo come together for an acoustic version of “I Can Only”

When we first heard that JoJo and Alessia Cara were collaborating on a track for the former’s new album; we couldn’t hold our excitement in. “I Can Only” quickly became one of CelebMix’s favourite tracks. Yet, we were never prepared for an acoustic bathroom session; one which included DNCE’s JinJoo Lee.

This isn’t the first time we’ve seen JoJo and JinJoo Lee together. The DNCE member used to be JoJo’s guitarist. So, fans naturally get excited every time they are seen together. Imagine the day DNCE collaborates with JoJo. We want this to happen.

Watch JoJo, Alessia Cara & JinJoo Jam Out “I Can Only” In A Bathroom Here:

The song is an album track on JoJo’s third studio album “Mad Love“, and originally features Alessia Cara. Does this bathroom session suggest that this song will be the next single? Following after “F*** Apologies” and “FAB.“.


Proving this was a collaboration that was meant to be, JoJo and Alessia Cara add flames to an already lit song. Their vocals are firecrackers throughout. Although the echo of the bathroom is a little unnerving, it adds intensity and amplifies the emotion from these girls.

Talk about a collaboration and a half. This bathroom session is our new favourite version of this song. Totally exciting us for the “Mad Love Tour“, where tickets are now available worldwide. Do not miss your chance to see JoJo live on stage; tickets are selling fast, with some shows sold out already.

What do you make of this bathroom session? Do you want more live acoustic videos from JoJo? Have you got tickets to see her on her “Mad Love Tour“? Tell us everything on Twitter @CelebMix.

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Written by Jonathan Currinn

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