Snapshot from the "Comeback" music video which sees JoJo in black underwear wearing a see-through robe off her shoulders, leaning against a wall, all in a red filter.

JoJo Drops Sexy Music Video For “Comeback” Featuring Tory Lanez & 30 Roc

We have to commend JoJo, she’s not letting the COVID-19 pandemic stop her plans, and this week saw her drop a music video for “Comeback” which features Tory Lanez and 30 Roc. This is the second at-home music video she has dropped, with the previous music video being for her promotional single “Lonely Hearts“, for her fourth studio album she dropped on the 1 May. and this is so good you wouldn’t even know it was filmed during the pandemic. This follows up JoJo’s album release good to know, Tory Lanez’s feature on OX’s single “Shake”, and 30 Roc’s collaboration album with Lil 1 titled Raw.

The song itself is sexed-up so we’re not surprised to see JoJo looking sexy and sultry throughout the video. It has a constant red filter which hypes up the sex but with a contrast filter of green, every now and again. JoJo is wearing black underwear paired with a see-through robe and is being monitored on security cameras by Tory Lanez. In another scene she is seen wearing a see-through one-piece garment. When Tory Lanez sings his verse, JoJo switches up her fashion by wearing white.

In this entire clip, JoJo exudes sex whilst also giving us additional content such as twerking and removing clothes, and it sure is fire to watch. The music video has been directed by Santiago Salviche.

Watch JoJo’s Music Video For “Comeback” Featuring Tory Lanez & 30 Roc Here:

“Comeback” is available to download and stream right now along with the rest of her latest album, good to know which has been released via Warner Records. We recently reviewed her new album, track by track, check it out here.

What do you make of the music video for “Comeback” by JoJo featuring Tory Lanez & 30 Roc? Let us know on Twitter @CelebMix.

Written by Jonathan Currinn

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