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'.
It's been a while since JoJo dropped her second album "The High Road", and now she's ready to make a comeback with her third effort. She previously named the upcoming CD "All I Want Is Everything", but has recently changed her mind and retitled it "Jumping Trains".
"My third album will be called Jumping Trains and it's very symbolic for a variety of reasons," she said in a video message. "Moving from Boston to L.A., transitioning from being a girl to being a young woman, living on my own, taking a different direction sonically, and just really finding myself and just jumping into a new chapter of life."
The "America's Most Talented Kids" alum gives more tidbit about what's to come, "I'm shooting the video for the first single off my upcoming album within the next couple weeks. ... I'm so excited! I can't wait to share it with you."
Last year, JoJo opened up about a situation in her label which caused her to delay her album. The problem was later settled after a joint deal between her label Blackground Records and Interscope was finalized. She then dropped a street album "Can't Take That Away From Me" in September.