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The 'Leave (Get Out)' singer will star alongside 'American Idol' alum Diana DeGarmo and 'The Office' actress Kate Flannery.
The singer sued Da Family/Blackground Records for blocking her from releasing an album since 2006.
The pop/R 'n' B princess returns with a new sound by debuting a new video for a track off her 'Agape' mixtape.
The soulful tune is the first track off her newly-announced mixtape 'Agape', which is due in December.
The 'Too Little Too Late' singer shares a steamy scene with a hunky model in the upcoming visuals, which she aims to be 'sexy and powerful' but not so overt with the lyrics.
JoJo has scrapped her third album because 'it didn't feel right anymore' and is back in the studio to record new material.
The 'Too Little Too Late' singer admits that she was inspired by the erotic book written by E. L. James while working on 'Jumping Trains.'
The newly released single, which contains seductive lyrics, is lifted off JoJo's upcoming third album 'Jumping Trains'.
A combination of romance and rock 'n' roll, the music video follows a relationship that ends on a low note.
Previewed ahead of the clip's Tuesday, November 1 premiere, this fresh snippet takes a look at the 'Too Little Too Late' singer's relationship with on-screen boyfriend Rafi Gavron.
This would be the lead single from her third studio album which is long-delayed due to her label's failure to land a distributor.
In the remixed song which revolves around a post break-up message, the 'Too Little Too Late' singer drops expletive-laden lyrics to tell Drizzy that he can do better.
The 'Too Little Too Late' hitmaker scraps 'All I Want Is Everything' as the title of her new album and changes it into 'Jumping Trains'.
Riding solo in the newly-revealed song, the 'Too Little Too Late' hitmaker talks about the glamorous life of Hollywood.
As she can't see anything with her eyes blindfolded, JoJo feels her man with her hands and lips in this new music video.