Music: Jojo

aka: Jo Jo
Taking the high road

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

Joanna NoŽlle Blagden Levesque (born December 20, 1990), professionally known as JoJo (2003-Present), is an American recording artist and actress. 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 album came out in 2004 and sold very well. Her song "Leave (Get Out)" sold platinum in America on the RIAA charts. She did movies (RV and Aquamarine) and after all this success she released her second album "the High Road", which came out in 2006. The album also had a hit single called "Too Little, Too Late" and was certified Gold by the RIAA. Due to Development Hell for her third album, she decided to release a mixtape called "Can't Take That Away From Me" on for her fans. This featured a promo single called "In the Dark" which was her first real experiment with a Hotter and Sexier image. She went on to release "Disaster". She went on to release a second Mixtape called "Agape" in 2012. It featured a single called "Andre" inspired by one of her favourite 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. #lovejo extended play Mixtape came out Valentines Day 2014.

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

Not to be mixed with the people of the same nickname who went on bizarre adventures or the archenemy of the Powerpuff Girls.

Oh, and (for the benefit of those who aren't aware) WWE's on-screen COO Paul "Triple H" Levesque is her paternal uncle.


  • Jojo (2004)
  • The High Road (2006)
  • Can't Take That Away From Me:The Mixtape (2010)
  • Agape:The Mixtape (December 2012)
  • #Lovejo Extended Play Mixtape (February 14 2014)
  • Aquamarine (2006)
  • R V (2006)
  • True Confessions of a Hollywood Starlet (2008)
  • Gay Best Friend (2013)

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