About JoJo

Pop star Joanna “JoJo” Levesque moved on from Kids Say the Darndest Things and America’s Most Talented Kid to become a Platinum-selling singer-songwriter.

∙ JoJo’s 2004 debut LP was a top 5 hit on the Billboard 200, thanks to the back-to-back radio smashes “Leave (Get Out)” and “Baby It’s You,” featuring rapper Bow Wow.
∙ At age 13, she became the youngest artist to be nominated for a Billboard Music Award, earning nods for both 2004 Female New Artist of the Year and Mainstream Top 40 Single of the Year.
∙ She landed her first Top 5 Billboard Hot 100 hit with “Too Little Too Late,” the lead single from her 2006 sophomore LP, The High Road.
Rolling Stone included her third LP, Mad Love., on its 20 Best Pop Albums of 2016 year-end list.
∙ The 2020 Grammy Award for Best R&B Song was awarded to “Say So,” a duet between JoJo and singer-songwriter PJ Morton, from his award-winning album, Paul.

    Brattleboro, VT
  • BORN
    December 20, 1990

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