JoJo hopes to have new music, in the form of an official single, out this Summer. Following the signing of a new deal with Atlantic Records, the talented star plans to work very hard on her first Atlantic album, which will feature "a diverse collection of songs."
The last time JoJo dropped an album was the year Twitter was launched. Seven years since her sophomore album 'The High Road', JoJo is in demand by her loyalist, which include over a half a million Twitter followers
JoJo has had enough of trying to work with Blackground Records, who failed to release her third album and allegedly failed to pay producers that worked on music for it. According to a lawsuit filed in New York Tuesday, July 29, JoJo wants out of the contract that was signed when she was a minor -- the same one that has prevented her from releasing a commercial studio album, tons of new music and has seemingly stifled her once promising career.