Today’s installment of Real Life Glam features former teen queen and now full-fledged adult singer, JoJo! It’s been a decade since she shook the music world with her first single ”Leave (Get Out)” and became the youngest artist to reach the top of the music charts. After a seven year stalemate with her former label Blackground Music, the Los Angeles Times recently announced that she’d signed with Atlantic Records. Fans rejoiced.
In our exclusive interview with her, JoJo opens up about where she gets her inspiration from, her tattoos and more. Read on to learn about where she’s headed and what makes this singer tick! (Continue Reading…)
When JoJo sings it sounds like pure confection: her hushed tones are a deep, slightly burned caramel, and she climbs her way, strawberry licorice strong, to ascend a graceful, cotton candy peak. But when Joanna Levesque, the 23-year-old Boston-born, L.A.-based singer speaks, there is no coy sweetness. Instead, she is thoughtful and direct, and thinks nothing of tossing in the occasional F-bomb. (Continue Reading…)
#MazdaMusic Connections — The FADER FORT Austin 2014
JoJo is back!
And while the former teen singer is now all grown up (she’s 23!), don’t expect her to start using her given name — Joanna Levesque — when she’s performing. (Read More…)
It’s been almost eight years since Joanna Levesque, known to the world as JoJo, released an official album. But JoJo plans to end the dry spell. (Read More…)
On Saturday night, Perez Hilton hosted a Madonna-themed 36th birthday bash in New York. JoJo was there to perform “Leave (Get Out),” “Too Little Too Late,” her #LoveJo Valentine’s Day mixtape cover of Phil Collins‘ “Take Me Home,” and Madonna’s “Borderline.” Check out a video of the later below:
This Friday, March 28th, JoJo will be hosting Fuse TV’s “Absolute Pop.” Check after the fold for more information: (Read More…)
I’ve uploaded high quality photos from JoJo‘s appearance at Save The Music Foundation’s 2014 Family Day yesterday afternoon in New York.
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