JoJo drops promo video in anticipation of album number three


Almost ten years since her last album, JoJo is ready to make the biggest return to the music industry we’ve ever seen.

Album number three is just around the corner, and if her recent releases are anything to go by, this LP will be fire!

In 2014 she dropped EP #LoveJo; then a year later, she gave us a tringle, three singles released on the same day. “When Love Hurts”, “Say Love” and “Save My Soul”, as well as a sequel to previous EP #LoveJo2.

It’s been quiet since then, apart from the collaboration with Skizzy Mars, this year, on instant grat single “Recognize” for his album “Alone Together”

This album has been a long time coming. But the wait is about to finally be over.

With a collection of home videos, mashed together with a clip, shot recently; this highly emotional promotional video proves how much this means to JoJo.

She has fought to get album number three out into the world. She has fought to be where she is now. And she has fought for her life, her fans and her music.

In the video she says: “Everything starts with music for me. It’s been the most consistent thing in my life. I don’t have a schtick, I don’t have an angle. It’s just me and my music. It’s time.”

It really is her time. Furthermore, there is a ballad that is cut in-between her words, which has strong powerful vocals in addition to heart-felt emotion accompanied with piano chords.

Lyrically, JoJo sings: “Everyone rises, everyone falls. Everyone spends some nights alone, but every high every low you never left me on my own.” Which jumps to the chorus: “Tell me who, who would I be without you?” Could this song be dedicated to her late father? Or to her fans? Or both?

We eagerly anticipate the day JoJo releases her third album. Are you as excited as we are? What do you want from album number three? Let us know on Twitter @CelebMix.

Written by Jonathan Currinn

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