AceShowbiz - JoJo has apparently made the filming of her music video for "Comeback" a family affair. On Thursday, May 7, the "Too Little Too Late" hitmaker released the "very sexy" visual for the latest single off her "Good to Know" album, and revealed in an interview that her mother did lend a hand during its production.
Speaking about the sensual music video, the 29-year-old singer told E!'s Scott Tweedie for HappE! Hour that it was shot at her home in Los Angeles. "This table that I'm talking to you on, we turned it into a surface for me to kind of crawl on and dance on and do all these things," she dished. "And my mom was, like, helping hold up the lighting and stuff."
Though admitting that having her mother around during the sensual shoot "was weird," the "Leave (Get Out)" singer still found the process "fun." On the reason why, she explained, "My mom, she's no prude. So it's not like she was like 'oh my!' clutching pearls or anything." She additionally noted that a friend, "who's a director, come through - wearing a mask and everything" to do the shoot.
When discussing the single featuring Tory Lanez and 30 Roc, JoJo acknowledged its steamy elements. "I guess some people are surprised to hear me talkin' that way," she weighed in before pointing out, "But yeah, it's a fun song. You definitely need to add it to your sexy time playlist type of vibe."
Upon releasing the promo video, JoJo announced in an Instagram post, "this is dedicated to everyone who's looking forward to that post-quarantine comeback with bae." She continued spilling, "made this video IN MY CRIB !!! #quarantinestyle @torylanez and I shot our parts in separate states (f*kin 'rona...) but AYE. we made it WERK. Ps- we accept no liability for any babies made as a result of your post covid comeback sex."
"Comeback" comes from JoJo's fourth studio album "Good to Know", which was released on May 1. She explained that she was abstaining from sex in her process of making the record. "The album just finds me processing and getting to a place of realising I've never been alone my whole adult life," she told PEOPLE. "I've always been in a relationship with somebody, and I was delaying a really important part of becoming an adult, which is being independent."