It’s a Christmas miracle. In celebration of her 28th birthday (Dec.20), JoJo has revamped and reissued her first two studio albums —2004’s self-titled and 2006’s The High Road.
For the 26-updated songs, JoJo re-recorded her vocals and re-worked the production. Obviously, in the holiday spirit, she included revised versions of 2011’s “Disaster” and 2012’s “Demonstrate.”
The creative digital drop comes a year after the singer revealed on social media that her former label Blackground Records removed her music from online retailers and streaming services. “My former label removed my music,” JoJo tweeted in April 2017. “I unfortunately have absolutely no control over what they do or don’t do.”
It’s unsure if this new music is from her recent studio session with Jermaine Dupri and Bryan-Michael Cox, but we are eternally grateful.
Stream the 2018 versions below.
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