JoJo reportedly has filed a legal document against Da Family Entertainment due to the company's refusals to let her leave the company and release her new album.
Two months after sounding off her disappointment toward her label, JoJo files a lawsuit against the recording company. According to TMZ, the singer sues the label because they have put her into a musical "limbo" by refusing to let her out of her contract and keeping her new album from being released.
The legal document against Da Family Entertainment was filed in NYC courts. In addition to demanding to be released from her contract with the company, JoJo reportedly also seeks at least $500,000 as a compensation for the inconvenient situation.
Back in June, JoJo shared to public why her third album "All I Want Is Everything" keeps being pushed back. "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 said at that time.
It indeed has been long time 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.