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With her expert melissmatic licks and R&B grooves, JoJo went from teen star to sultry singer. An actor as well as artist, she grew up in the industry, but made her own way, peppering her journey with solid beats and hooks that set her apart from the rest.

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ABOUT JOJO

Born Joanne Noëlle Levesque on December 20, 1990, in Brattleboro, Vermont, singer and songwriter JoJo was raised in Keene, New Hampshire, and Foxborough, Massachusetts. A musical child who was influenced by her mother’s singing, she began singing herself at the age of two and was a skilled imitator.

At the age of seven, she appeared on the television show Kids Say the Darndest Things: On the Road in Boston singing a Cher song. She auditioned on the television show Destination Stardom, singing sang Aretha Franklin's songs "Respect" and "Chain of Fools", which led to the Oprah Winfrey Show getting in touch to ask her to come and perform. She also performed on Maury on a 2002 "kids-with-talent" episode.

CAREER

1998-2005: Beginnings and JoJo

JoJo was offered a record deal at the age of six. However, it was turned down by her mother who believed her too young for a music career. After her talk show appearances, she appeared at the McDonald's Gospelfest, performing Whitney Houston's "I Believe in You and Me" and competed on the television show, America's Most Talented Kids (losing to Diana DeGarmo). These appearances prompted record producer Vincent Herbert to contact her and ask her to audition for Blackground Records. She auditioned for Barry Hankerson, who told her that the spirit of his niece, the late singer Aaliyah, had brought her to him. She was signed to Blackground and in 2001 recorded a live demo, Joanna Levesque, which featured soul and R&B covers.

In 2004, at the age of 13, JoJo’s debut single, "Leave (Get Out)", was released. The single reached number 12 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and number two in the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, and on the European Hot 100 Singles chart. It also reached the top five in Belgium, Ireland, the Netherlands, and Switzerland and number one on Billboard's Pop Songs chart, making her the youngest female solo artist to have a US number-one single. "Leave (Get Out)" was nominated for Best New Artist at the 2004 MTV Video Music Awards, which made JoJo the youngest MTV Video Music Award nominee.

Her debut album, JoJo, was released in June 2004, peaking at number four on the U.S. Billboard 200 and number ten on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. The album went platinum in the US and sold 95,000 copies in its first week, as well as reaching the top forty of the UK Albums Chart. In September 2004, she released the gold-selling "Baby It's You", featuring rapper Bow Wow, which peaked at number twenty-two in the U.S. and number eight in the UK. That December, she was nominated for Female New Artist of the Year and Mainstream Top 40 Single of the Year at the Billboard Music Awards, making her the youngest artist to be nominated for a Billboard Music Award.

In 2005, JoJo sang on "Come Together Now", a charity single to benefit the victims of the 2004 Asian tsunami and the 2005 Hurricane Katrina. She also hosted and performed at the Hope Rocks Concert in 2005 to benefit City of Hope National Medical Center, and co-hosted the 2006 TV Guide Channel's countdown to the Grammy Awards.

2006-2009: The High Road and label trouble

On October 17, 2006, JoJo released her sophomore studio album, The High Road. The album debuted at number three on the Billboard 200 and was certified gold in the US, UK, and Canada. It launched the singles "Too Little Too Late", "How to Touch a Girl", and "Anything", with "Too Little Too Late" peaking at number three on the Billboard Hot 100 and number four on the UK Singles Chart.

In July 2007, her version of "Beautiful Girls" by Sean Kingston, tilted "Beautiful Girls Reply", leaked on the internet, and one month later it debuted at number thirty-nine on the Billboard Rhythmic Top 40 chart.

In late-2007, JoJo announced her intention to begin writing for her third studio album, which would be released when she was 18, and in April 2008 she revealed that she had begun writing and producing the album. In a video on her YouTube channel on June 3, 2009, JoJo stated that she was waiting for her record label to sign a distribution deal to release her album. In July, almost 20 of her songs were leaked through a YouTube channel, and in August it was reported that she had filed a lawsuit against her record label Da Family Entertainment for sitting on her album. In October 2009 JoJo was released from her contract and a deal was reached with Blackground Records to have her third album distributed by Interscope Records.

December 2009 saw her appear as a featured artist on the song "Lose Control" on Timbaland’s album Shock value II and as a backing vocalist on the title track of Australian band Jet’s album Timothy Where You Been.

2010-2013: Can’t Take That Away From Me and Agápē

JoJo’s debut mixtape, Can’t Take That Away From Me, was released in September 2010, preceded by the single "In the Dark".

In February 2011, she announced that she had changed the title of her upcoming album from All I Want Is Everything to Jumping Trains and that she was shooting a music video for the song "The Other Chick", which was intended to be the album’s lead single. That June, she released her interpretation of Drake’s single "Marvin's Room" - renamed "Marvin's Room (Can't Do Better)" – which rewrote the song from a female perspective and drew praise from Drake himself.

"Disaster", JoJo’s first charting single in five years, was released on August 29, 2011. That fall saw her opening for the Joe Jonas and Jay Sean Tour.

JoJo toured with Big Time Rush for five dates of their Better with U Tour in early 2012 and in February she released the promotional single "Sexy to Me". "Demonstrate", a track produced by  Noah "40" Shebib who also produced Drake’s "Marvin's Room", was made available for download on July 17, 2012, but was ultimately scrapped as a single.

In late 2012, Blackground Records lost their distribution deal with Interscope Records, once again delaying the release of a JoJo album. JoJo announced the release of a mixtape, Agápē, in early November 2012. "We Get By" was released as the lead single from the mixtape on November 15 and "André" was released as the second single from the mixtape on November 30. In support of the mixtape, JoJo embarked on her debut headlining North American tour, The Agápē Tour, in October 2013.

2014-2018: Label changes, III., Mad Love and re-releasing albums

It was reported on June 30, 2013, that JoJo had filed a lawsuit against her labels Blackground Records and Da Family for "irreparable damages to her professional career". Due to the stipulation that minors cannot sign contracts that last more than seven years under New York State law, she wished to be freed of her contract that had started in 2004 and should have expired in 2011. The case was settled out of court and in January 2014, JoJo was released from her contract and signed a new recording contract with Atlantic Records. #LoveJo, her debut EP, was released as a free Valentine’s Day gift for fans on February 14, 2014. She performed at SXSW on March 16, 2014.

On August 20, 2015, JoJo released the EP III, which contained a "triangle" of three simultaneous singles - "When Love Hurts", "Save My Soul" and "Say Love". November 2015 saw JoJo embark on the  I Am JoJo Tour in support of the release. That December, she released #LoveJo2 – the sequel to #LoveJo.

From July to September 2016, JoJo was the support for Fifth Harmony’s 7/27 Tour.  On July 27, 2016, JoJo released "Fuck Apologies", featuring rapper and label mate Wiz Khalifa, as the lead single from her upcoming album Mad Love. Mad Love was released on October 14, 2016, ten years following the release of The High Road. It debuted at number six on the Billboard 200. In January 2017, she embarked on the four-month Mad Love Tour.

JoJo announced her departure from Atlantic Records in August 2017, and also announced Clover Music, her joint venture with Interscope. Her Leaks, Covers, & Mixtapes tour began on May 29, 2018. That December, JoJo re-released a reworked version of her debut album and The High Road, as well as her singles "Demonstrate", and "Disaster".

2019-present: Move to Warner and The Masked Singer

JoJo’s imprint, Clover Music, ceased to be affiliated with Interscope and moved to Warner Records as of January 2019. The following month, she released the single "Say So", featuring R&B singer-songwriter PJ Morton. She released the single "Joanna" on October 10, 2019, and on October 25, JoJo released the single "Sabotage" with Alabama rapper Chika.

On May 1, 2020, JoJo released Good to Know, her fourth studio album. The album's first single "Man" was released on March 13, 2020,  followed by the promotional single, "Lonely Hearts", released on April 24, 2020. "What U Need", the lead single from the deluxe version of Good to Know was released in August 2020, as was the album. JoJo’s first holiday album, December Baby, was released on October 30, 2020.

JoJo canceled her intended Good to Know tour in January 2021, due to the ongoing nature of the COVID-19 pandemic. Later that year, she competed on the fifth season of The Masked Singer as "Black Swan", finishing in second place. On October 1, 2021, she released the EP Trying Not to Think About It and the next day embarked upon a six-date tour.

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