After Bow Wow shared what makes him unhappy with his label, now it is JoJo who speaks up about similar thing. She starts with a story of being "awoken to a most unpleasurable e-mail" from her label, Blackground Records.
JoJo says that in order to put out her new album "All I Want Is Everything", the recording company "are doing what they're supposed to be doing but they're not." She says that the company have failed to get a distribution deal for the record.
While Bow Wow clearly expresses his desire to leave Columbia Records, JoJo gives an implicit statement that she might be on the same page with the rapper. "I do believe that things are gonna come together but there comes a point where ... I don't know what my other options are, I don't wanna keep my fans waiting, I don't wanna keep my family, my friends and myself waiting," she states.
"I'm 18 years old now... This is the time for college, it's the time for everything, it could go either way [but] I want to put everything into my [music] career," JoJo continues. "I want to live up to my potential that I see for myself, and it sucks because I'm going to be putting college on hold if this album works for me [and] I just want to have concrete answers."
"I deserve to know what's going on, I don't deserve to be waiting around every day. People come up to me on the streets every day and they're like 'Gee what are you doing? Are you ever gonna come out with new music?' And I'm like well if it's up to me I will, absolutely."
It has been three years since JoJo released her second album "The High Road" in 2006. Throughout her career since 2004 debut album "JoJo", she has worked with the likes of Sean Garrett, Ryan Leslie, Chad Hugo of N.E.R.D and Timbaland.
JoJo talks about the current situation in her label: