YMMV / Jo Jo

  • Covered Up: "Note to God" is better-known to be performed by Charice.
  • Ear Worm: "Leave", "In the Dark", "Andre" "We Get By", "Billions", "Can't Handle The Truth", "City Lights", "Never Say Goodbye", "Pretty Please" "Too Little Too Late", "Why Didn't You Call" "Like That", "Good Ol'", "Baby It's You", "Anything" and "Save My Soul".
  • Growing the Beard: "The High Road" is way more focused and cohesive compared to her debut.
  • Narm / Narm Charm: "How To Touch a Girl" has elements of both.
  • Sampled Up: "Too Little Too Late" is now known as "A3", by Oneohtrix Point Never, performing as Chuck Person.
  • Signature Song: "Too Little, Too Late" and "Leave (Get Out)".
  • Sweet Dreams Fuel: "Never Say Goodbye", "Anything", "What You Like", "Let It Rain", "The Happy Song", "Sunshine", "Homeboy", "Breezy", "Take The Canyon", "We Get By", "Andre", "Billions".
  • Tear Jerker: "Boy Without A Heart", "The High Road", "Note To God" "How to Touch a Girl", "Just a Dream", "Keep on Keepin' On", "Exceptional", "Thinkin' Out Loud", "Save My Soul".
  • Wangst: "Fairy Tales" falls into this; she was 12 when she sang it. It's about she, genuinely as a pre-teen had given up on love because of one little break up, at the age of at most 13.
    • Opening every era with an break up song could fall into this too.