JoJo Reaches Distribution Deal With Interscope


Blackground Records will be partnering with Interscope to distribute JoJo's new album 'All I Want Is Everything'.

JoJo confirmed that a joint deal between her label Blackground Records and Interscope has been finalized. The singer wrote on her Twitter, "The deal is done! Blackground/Interscope :) Longtime comin'..."

JoJo has been waiting for Blackground Records to reach a distribution deal for her new album "All I Want Is Everything" since two years ago. "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 complained earlier this year when there was no deal yet.

JoJo even filed a legal document against Da Family Entertainment, demanding to be released from her contract with the company and seeking at least $500,000 as a compensation for putting her into a musical "limbo".

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. As for this third effort, she is working with Toby Gad, Darkchild and Bryan-Michael Cox among others.


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    Nov 08, 2010

    jojo will rise again this 2011!!!!!!

    Oct 28, 2010

    Its so sad that these labels can keep a hold on artists and put them in limbo when they hve no distribution. Music laws need to be changed.

    Oct 13, 2009

    OH MY GOD!!its about time...i can't Wait for her to come back so she can show all these no talent artists waht singing really is:)JoJo is the truth!!

    Oct 13, 2009

    Good for her!! I'm happy that she finally gets to release the new album.

    Oct 13, 2009

    I totally agre 09baby!! She is one of the FEW artists out there who are in it TRULY for the music, not for money or fame. Although she is six and a half years younger than me, I really admire her for her talents and maturity and her truth to her singing. JoJo really does ROCK!!!

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