- Sat Apr 2, 2016, 4:29 AM GMT
The R'n'B singer and the rapper trade verse about recognizing true love on the track, which will appear on the latter's upcoming debut album.READ MORE
Once more proving herself to be a real talent in music industry in spite of her young age through her single of “Too Little, Too Late”, JoJo looks tireless indeed in working her way to shine more for the rest of 2006. In the anticipation of her sophomore album to come to the stores next October, she has been quite busy in undergoing her schedule for the month of August only. This included the online chat with fans at TeenMusic.com on date 8 followed by a performance at Miss Teen USA Pageant held on date 15 in which she sang live version of “Too Little, Too Late” for the first time. Another great stint for her to also carry out in the month will be an appearance at the 2006 Teen Choice Awards which is set to be aired live on Fox by date 20.
A bright music star whose abundant talent was inherited from her parents, JoJo is the daughter of blues singer Joel Levesque and a church soloist named Diana born on December 20, 1990 in Vermont, USA with the name Joanna Noelle Levesque. Spending her early life in Foxborough, Massachusetts then New Jersey, she has nurtured her singing knack at such a young age of 2, at first imitating the tunes her mother often hummed before infusing her own spin on everything from nursery rhymes to pop tunes as she grew up. Always eager to develop her skills, the girl thus enthusiastically involved herself in a number of Native American festivals while also took part in local professional theaters which all gradually built her confidence to audition for CBS' “Kids Say the Darndest Things: On the Road in Boston” by the time she turned six.
GaGa said she admired Kesha's bravery while Iggy Azalea criticized the judge's decision to keep the 'We R Who We R' singer within Dr. Luke's label.READ MORE
Having been friends and talking about collaborating for years, JoJo and Zelda team up for the video of the song about addiction, something their fathers struggled with before their deaths.READ MORE