We have more new music from JoJo and we are obsessed, the song is titled “Man” and you really need to listen to it right now; scroll down to watch the music video. This release follows up JoJo’s Christmas single “The Christmas Song” and her previous track “Sabotage” which featured CHIKA.
JoJo, real name Joanna Levesque, is best known for her hit singles in the 00’s with the likes of “Leave (Get Out)” and “Too Little Too Late”. She dropped two albums in her early years which charted globally, JoJo and The High Road. On top of that, she launched her acting career making her name known in the likes of Aquamarine and RV. Things then started to die down as her record label refused to release a third album, even though JoJo kept sending completed LPs their way, and so she released Mixtapes instead to get her music out into the world, with the likes of Can’t Take That Away From Me and Agápe. She also appeared in the film G.B.F. and guest-starred in House of Glam and Hawaii Five-0. After a lawsuit struggle to get out of her contract with the record label that wouldn’t release her third album – which she went into detail about in a candid interview with UPROXX, she was finally able to officially release music signing with Atlantic Records, which is where we got her tringle, which were “When Love Hurts“, “Say Love“, and “Save My Soul“, as well as two EPs, before starting her third era which saw her release the “F**k Apologies” featuring Wiz Khalifa, “Music.”, “FAB.” featuring Remy Ma, and her third album Mad Love. Away from Atlantic records and in response to her first two albums not being available on download and streaming sites, JoJo re-recorded those two albums and the singles “Disaster” and “Demonstrate” and made them available for us all to download and stream releasing on her own record label Clover Music in connection with Warner Bros. Records. JoJo is now gearing up for the release of her new album good to know, with the release of new single “Man”, which follows up the previously released singles “Joanna” and “Sabotage”; she is totally set to show the world what we’ve been missing.
According to Spotify, this song was written by Cameron Lazar, Chelsea Lena, Evon Barnes Jr., Joanna Levesque, Lauren LaRue, Rodrick Doss Jr., and Sofia Quinn whilst it was produced by Beatgodz and Fade Majah. As for the music video, it has been directed by Marc Klasfeld, and shows JoJo having a chilled-out session with her friends who are JinJoo Lee, Tinashe, Ari Lennox, Francia Raisa, and JoJo Gomez.
Watch JoJo’s Music Video To Her New Song “Man” Here:
Throughout the song, JoJo sings about her requirements that she wants in a man, as a man has got to love her the way she loves herself – you go, girl, you set that bar high and don’t you dare settle for anything less! Her voice is pure perfection giving R&B vibes and incredible runs that prove her professionalism, her vocal capabilities, and her control. A beyond catchy track that we could listen to for days on end.
The music video shows JoJo’s total confidence in herself and total comfort with who she is. She’s really in touch with her image and personality, showing body confidence throughout and spreading that vibe to all her viewers. She’s been learning to pole dance, as she’s showcased on her Instagram page, which has certainly helped her to be more self-assured. JoJo represents herself completely in this visual, whilst also showing girl power.
Stream JoJo’s New Single “Man” Now:
“Man” is available to download and stream right now via Clover Music & Warner Records. Her fourth studio album, good to know, is set to drop on 1 May 2020 and is available to pre-order right now.
JoJo is also set to tour the world with this new album. Tickets are available to buy right now from her official website. We’ve got our fingers crossed that the coronavirus doesn’t lead her to cancel or delay the tour.
JoJo good to know Tour Dates:
North American 2020 Tour Dates:
- Tuesday, April 21 – The Showbox, Seattle, WA
- Wednesday, April 22 – Wonder Ballroom, Portland, OR
- Saturday, April 25 – The Regency Ballroom, San Francisco, CA
- Monday, April 27 – The Novo, Los Angeles, CA
- Tuesday, April 28 – The Observatory, Santa Ana, CA
- Thursday, April 30 – House of Blues, San Diego, CA
- Friday, May 1 – Rialto Theatre, Tucson, AZ
- Monday, May 4 – Canton Hall, Dallas, TX
- Tuesday, May 5 – House of Blues, Houston, TX
- Friday, May 8 – Cannery Ballroom, Nashville, TN
- Sunday, May 10 – Variety Playhouse, Atlanta, GA
- Tuesday, May 12 – Cat’s Cradle, Carrboro, NC
- Thursday, May 14 – Terminal 5, New York, NY
- Friday, May 15 – College Street Music Hall, New Haven, CT
- Sunday, May 17 – The Fillmore Silver Spring, Silver Spring, MD
- Tuesday, May 19 – Royale, Boston, MA
- Wednesday, May 20 – Union Transfer, Philadelphia, PA
- Friday, May 22 – Bogarts, Cincinnati, OH
- Saturday, May 23 – House of Blues, Cleveland, OH
- Wednesday, May 27 – Vic Theatre, Chicago, IL
- Thursday, May 28 – St. Andrew’s Hall, Detroit, MI
- Saturday, May 30 – First Avenue, Minneapolis, MN
European Tour Dates:
- Monday 31 August – The Academy, Dublin, Ireland
- Wednesday 2 September – Old Fruitmarket, Glasgow, UK
- Thursday 3 September – O2 Ritz Manchester, Manchester, UK
- Sunday 6 September – The Roundhouse, London, UK
- Tuesday 8 September – O2 Institute Birmingham, Birmingham, UK
- Wednesday 9 September – Concorde 2, Brighton, UK
- Friday 11 September – Alhambra, Paris, France,
- Saturday 12 September – Botanique Records, Brussels, Belgium
- Monday 14 September – Luxor, Cologne, Germany
- Tuesday 15 September – Paradiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands
- Thursday 17 September – Santeria Toscana 31, Milan, Italy
- Saturday 19 September – Grelle Forelle, Vienna, Austria
- Sunday 20 September – Lido, Berlin, Germany
- Tuesday 22 September – Vega Small Hall, Copenhagen, Denmark
- Wednesday 23 September – Parkteatret Scene, Oslo, Norway
- Friday 25 September – Fryshuset Klubben, Stockholm, Sweden