[[caption-width-right:350:Taking the high road.]]

--> ''That's not what I want, baby it's you''

Joanna Noëlle Blagden Levesque (born December 20, 1990), professionally known as [=JoJo=] (2003-Present), is an American recording artist and actress from Foxborough, Massachuetts. After competing on the television show, ''America[='s=] Most Talented Kids'', she was noticed by record producer Vincent Herbert who asked her to audition for Blackground Records.

Her debut SelfTitledAlbum came out in 2004 and sold very well; this is quite remarkable given that she was merely 13 to 14 at the time. Her song "Leave (Get Out)" sold platinum in America on the RIAA charts. She released her second album ''The High Road'' in 2006. The album had a hit single called "Too Little, Too Late" and was certified Gold by the RIAA. It seemed that she would be one of the most popular pop acts ever...

...until DevelopmentHell took place for her 3rd album. After several years of ExecutiveMeddling, pushing the album back several times, renaming it, and so many more troubles, she decided to release a mixtape called ''Can't Take That Away from Me'' on Rap-up.com for her fans. This featured a promo single called "In the Dark" which was her first real experiment with a HotterAndSexier image. She went on to release "Disaster", and a second mixtape called ''Agape'' in 2012. It featured a single called "Andre" inspired by one of her favorite artists.

She is known for her songs, "Demonstrate", "Leave (Get Out)", "Andre", "Too Little Too Late", "Disaster", "The Other Chick", "In the Dark", "How to Touch A Girl" and "Baby It's You". She also indulges in doing replies to famous songs such as "Beautiful Girls Reply" and "Marvins Room". These are usually to immense critical praise. She focuses on getting mix tapes out to her fans, continuing working on her third album, working with her management and recording company about album number 3 and other projects. She moved from Blackground to Atlantic in late 2013, early 2014 for her third album to finally be released. The ''[=#LOVEJO=]'' [=EP=] came out Valentines Day 2014.

In October 2016, a new full album finally saw release, ''Mad Love.''

She has experimented with films and acting in movies such as ''Aquamarine'' and ''RV: Runaway Vacation''.

Not to be mixed with the people of the same nickname who went on [[Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure bizarre adventures]] or [[SelfDemonstrating/MojoJojo the archenemy]] of WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls.

Despite rumors to the contrary, she is unrelated to Wrestling/{{WWE}}'s [[{{Kayfabe}} on-screen]] COO Paul "Wrestling/TripleH" Levesque.

** ''[=JoJo=]'' (2004)
** ''The High Road'' (2006)
** ''Can't Take That Away From Me: The Mixtape'' (2010)
** ''Agape: The Mixtape'' (2012)
** ''[=#LOVEJO=]'' (2014)
** ''Mad Love'' (2016)

** ''Film/{{Aquamarine}}'' (2006)
** ''Film/{{RV}} ''(2006)
** ''True Confessions of a Hollywood Starlet'' (2008)
** ''Gay Best Friend'' (2013)

!!Tropes Present In this musician
* AntiLoveSong: "In The Dark"
* AnswerSong: Beautiful Girls Reply, Marvins Room (Can't Do Better)
* AndNowForSomethingCompletelyDifferent: "Coming For You" on The High Road is pop rock to the album's loungy RAndB jazzy theme.
* AudienceParticipationSong: Her hits and her covers.
* BreakUpSong: ''Leave, Too Little Too Late, Yes or No, Why Didn't You Call, The Other Chick, Can't Handle The Truth, When Does It Go Away, Boy Without A Heart''
* ChewingTheScenery: Despite her immense vocal capabilities averts this expected trope.
* ChristmasSongs: Has one of them called "The Christmas Song"
* ClusterFBomb: Her Agape Mix tape and Marvin's Room.
* ComingOfAgeStory: True Confessions of A Hollywood Starlet. Of course it is a Lifetime Movie
* CoverVersion: "Beautiful Girls Response" "Marvin's Room (Can't Do Better)", "Caught In A Rapture", "Take Me Home", "Free Man In Paris" (White Girl in Paris) and "Weak" is this on her debut. The first two are AnswerSongs.
* {{Corpsing}}: The Agape Mixtape has some corpsed takes.
* DatingWhatDaddyHates: In the "Disaster" video it's a motorbiker.
* DarkerAndEdgier: "Agape" is her first set of songs with a parent advisory sticker suggested for it.
* ADateWithRosiePalms: "Sexy To Me" and/or "Demonstrate", depending on your interpretation.
* FadingIntoTheNextSong: Coming For You into Let It Rain through rain sounds in each
* FriendsWithBenefits: ''In The Dark'' and ''Take The Canyon''.
* FormerChildStar: She started recording at age 12.
* FollowYourHeart: ''Keep on Keepin' on, All I Want Is Everything, Exceptional, Just A Dream''
* GranolaGirl: Her character in RV is this.
* GoodGirlGoneBad: Expressed in "Can't Handle The Truth".
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Her second album and two mix tapes are this trope
* GenreRoulette: The idea of her first "mixtape".
* HotterAndSexier: "In the Dark" was the first step in this direction. She mentioned sexy stuff in her prior album. "Agape" is extremely sexy, "Agape" is also her first set of songs with a parent advisory sticker suggested for it.
* IntercourseWithYou: "Like That", "Pretty Please", "In the Dark", "What You Like", "Demonstrate", "Take the Canyon", "Billions".
* LaughOfLove: An inversion occurs in "[[https://youtu.be/s8LIRtPnuA8 Too Little, Too Late]]", where she's laughing and cheering in the rain following a bad break-up.
* LoveMakesYouCrazy: Demonstrated in "Boy Without a Heart":
-->''So why am I here at your door, at your door.''\\
''If I was sane, I'd take my crazy behind,''\\
''And get back in my BMW''
* LoveNostalgiaSong: "Can't Take That Away From Me", "Running On Empty",
* MsFanservice: Is very much this in her movies and her photoshoots.
* MoneySong: Not That Kinda Girl is a subversion of this trope.
* MelismaticVocals: "Demonstrate" is a great example of this trope.
* NewSoundAlbum: Agape takes a freaky R&B/dance pop vibe, The High Road is more spiritual R&B, Can't Take That Away From Me is a mix tape of all sounds.
* NiceGirl: Earned her stripes not freaking out at her recording company for not releasing music and taking the High Road.
* OperationJealousy: "Breezy" is about how she's on the receiving end of this. "Can't Handle The Truth" is her pulling this on a guy.
* PrecisionFStrike: All over her Mix tapes.
* RefugeInAudacity: "All I Want Is Everything" breathes this trope. "Agape Mixtape" is this.
* {{Revenge}}: In a weird way her Mixtape's are revenge against her company for not allowing her music out. Agape more so.
* SanitySlippageSong: "Boy Without A Heart", "Running On Empty", "The High Road", "Note To God", basically all of Agape minus "Take The Canyon", "Andre" and "Billions".
* ShesGotLegs: [=JoJo=] is famous for her thick thighs.
* SubduedSection: "White Girl In Paris" is one example.
* SillyLoveSongs: "Billions", "Take the Canyon", "Let it Rain", "Like That", "Breezy", "Homeboy", "Never Say Goodbye", "Sunshine", "Andre".
* SelfEmpowermentAnthem: To name a few with inspiring sentiments: The High Road, Keep On Keepin On, We Get By, All I Want Is Everything, Exceptional.
* SopranoAndGravel: "What You Like" (Feat. Jordan Gatspy)
* SpokenWordInMusic: "Billions" and the interludes on Agape.
* TheSomethingSong: The Happy Song
* SelfTitledAlbum: Debut
* SelfBackingVocalist: Did almost all the vocals on "The High Road".
* StrictlyFormula: Open every official era with a Break Up Song.
* SpiritualSuccessor: "Take The Canyon" has most of the elements present in "In the Dark", except she's less worried about the complicated parts of that sort of scenario.
* StudioChatter: She uses a lot of chatter in Agape
* SuspiciouslySimilarSong: Many listeners have noticed similarities between "The Way You Do Me" and "Dangerously in Love" by Music/{{Beyonce}}.
* TakeThat: Done two songs indicating she doesn't pick guys for their money: Not That Kinda Girl and Baby It's You. Agape mix tape is a big take that to her own recording company.
* UnusualEuphemism: Take The Canyon is this layered on itself.
* XtremeKoolLetterz: "Back2thebeginningagain" is one example.
* WillNotBeAVictim: Her very decision to make mix tapes for her fans every couple of years.
* YourCheatingHeart: ''Leave, The Other Chick''