JoJo (album)

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JoJo is the debut studio album by American singer JoJo.wikipedia
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JoJo (singer)

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JoJo is the debut studio album by American singer JoJo.
Having signed with them that same year, JoJo released her eponymous debut studio album the following year in June 2004.

Leave (Get Out)

The album was preceded by the release of JoJo's debut single, "Leave (Get Out)", which achieved critical and commercial success worldwide.
"Leave (Get Out)" is the debut single by American singer JoJo from her self-titled debut studio album (2004).

Blackground Records

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It was released on June 22, 2004, by Da Family Entertainment, Blackground Records, and Universal Records.
JoJo released her first self-titled album JoJo in 2004, which went to number four on the Billboard 200 and was Platinum certified by the RIAA.

Not That Kinda Girl

The third and final single, "Not That Kinda Girl", failed to chart in the United States, while charting in Australia and Germany.
"Not That Kinda Girl" is a song by American singer JoJo from her self-titled debut studio album (2004).

Baby It's You (JoJo song)

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Amongst those included is a cover of R&B group SWV's 1993 song "Weak", in addition to one collaboration with Bow Wow, who features on the single release version of "Baby It's You".
Written by Harvey Mason, Jr., Damon Thomas, Eric Dawkins and Antonio Dixon, and produced by The Underdogs, the song was released in September 2004 as the second single from JoJo's self-titled debut album.

Mike City

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While recording the album, JoJo worked with many producers, such as Brian Alexander Morgan, Soulshock and Karlin, Vincent Herbert, Mike City, Balewa Muhammad, Tre Black, Bink!, Kwamé "K1 Mill".
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The High Road (album)

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The re-recorded versions of JoJo and The High Road were released on December 21, 2018. On December 20, 2018, JoJo reissued JoJo, along with her second album The High Road and singles "Demonstrate" and "Disaster", released under JoJo's new label imprint Clover Music on December 21.
The re-recorded versions of JoJo and The High Road were released on December 21, 2018.

Bink (record producer)

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While recording the album, JoJo worked with many producers, such as Brian Alexander Morgan, Soulshock and Karlin, Vincent Herbert, Mike City, Balewa Muhammad, Tre Black, Bink!, Kwamé "K1 Mill".

Brian Alexander Morgan

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While recording the album, JoJo worked with many producers, such as Brian Alexander Morgan, Soulshock and Karlin, Vincent Herbert, Mike City, Balewa Muhammad, Tre Black, Bink!, Kwamé "K1 Mill".
JoJo - JoJo (2004)

Clover Music

On December 20, 2018, JoJo reissued JoJo, along with her second album The High Road and singles "Demonstrate" and "Disaster", released under JoJo's new label imprint Clover Music on December 21.
As a gift to fans, and due to JoJo not owning the masters of her first two albums, Clover Music released re-recorded versions of JoJo's debut album JoJo (2004) and its follow The High Road (2006) on December 21, 2018, for both digital download and music streaming.

Disaster (JoJo song)

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On December 20, 2018, JoJo reissued JoJo, along with her second album The High Road and singles "Demonstrate" and "Disaster", released under JoJo's new label imprint Clover Music on December 21.
On December 20, 2018, JoJo surprised fans with the re-release of Disaster along with her self-titled debut album, sophomore album The High Road and single Demonstrate, released under JoJo's new label imprint Clover Music on December 21.

Demonstrate (song)

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On December 20, 2018, JoJo reissued JoJo, along with her second album The High Road and singles "Demonstrate" and "Disaster", released under JoJo's new label imprint Clover Music on December 21.
On December 20, 2018, JoJo surprised fans with the re-release of Demonstrate along with her self-titled debut album, sophomore album The High Road and single Disaster, released under JoJo's new label imprint Clover Music on December 21.

Universal Records (1995)

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It was released on June 22, 2004, by Da Family Entertainment, Blackground Records, and Universal Records.

Pop music

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Incorporating pop and R&B, JoJo was influenced by Ella Fitzgerald, Bobby Brown, and Aretha Franklin, amongst other of JoJo's idols.

Contemporary R&B

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Incorporating pop and R&B, JoJo was influenced by Ella Fitzgerald, Bobby Brown, and Aretha Franklin, amongst other of JoJo's idols.

Ella Fitzgerald

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Incorporating pop and R&B, JoJo was influenced by Ella Fitzgerald, Bobby Brown, and Aretha Franklin, amongst other of JoJo's idols.

Bobby Brown

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Incorporating pop and R&B, JoJo was influenced by Ella Fitzgerald, Bobby Brown, and Aretha Franklin, amongst other of JoJo's idols.

Aretha Franklin

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Incorporating pop and R&B, JoJo was influenced by Ella Fitzgerald, Bobby Brown, and Aretha Franklin, amongst other of JoJo's idols.

Soulshock and Karlin

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While recording the album, JoJo worked with many producers, such as Brian Alexander Morgan, Soulshock and Karlin, Vincent Herbert, Mike City, Balewa Muhammad, Tre Black, Bink!, Kwamé "K1 Mill".

Kwamé

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While recording the album, JoJo worked with many producers, such as Brian Alexander Morgan, Soulshock and Karlin, Vincent Herbert, Mike City, Balewa Muhammad, Tre Black, Bink!, Kwamé "K1 Mill".

The Underdogs (production team)

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and The Underdogs as well as others, to handle production for the album.

SWV

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Amongst those included is a cover of R&B group SWV's 1993 song "Weak", in addition to one collaboration with Bow Wow, who features on the single release version of "Baby It's You".

Weak (SWV song)

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Amongst those included is a cover of R&B group SWV's 1993 song "Weak", in addition to one collaboration with Bow Wow, who features on the single release version of "Baby It's You".

Billboard Hot 100

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In the United States, the single peaked inside the top 20 of the Billboard Hot 100, and also topped the Pop 100 chart, making her the youngest artist in history to do so.

Pop 100

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In the United States, the single peaked inside the top 20 of the Billboard Hot 100, and also topped the Pop 100 chart, making her the youngest artist in history to do so.