JoJo has not too long ago introduced her plans to re-record her debut album and launch the revamped tracks to make lastly make her earlier work out there to followers on streaming companies. After finalizing a authorized battle along with her earlier file label, Blackground Records, in 2014 and releasing Mad Love in 2016, the "Leave (Get Out)" singer launched her personal imprint known as Clover Music in 2017. This yr, JoJo embarks on a brand new journey as a boss woman in affiliation with a significant label.
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"I actually simply wish to give attention to the long run. Moving ahead with my very own label that I’ve began, Clover Music, which is a three way partnership with Warner Bros. Records, I simply wish to really feel highly effective. I wanted to make a boss transfer, and that’s actually what that was about. I’m not in any rush on my subsequent file, as a result of my followers deserve the most effective -- and so do I. I’ve already been writing a lot, and we’re going to maintain chipping away till I've an album the place every thing feels proper. It’s actually about newness in 2019."
She additionally defined how the concept for the album re-issue got here to be and the way janky the method had been. "I simply did what my followers have been doing: I went to YouTube. I did these re-recorded albums with Javad Day and Jordan XL, and I despatched them and my musical director the hyperlinks to the songs on YouTube. It was form of loopy. I laughed about it, however I used to be additionally like, 'This ain’t proper!'"
Read her full assertion here.