JoJo’s old label used to own her voice, but now she’s reclaimed it with new album ‘Good to Know’

JoJo earned the distinction of becoming the youngest woman solo artist to score a No. 1 single on a Billboard chart at only 13 years old. An entire generation of angsty teens grew up singing her iconic break-up screeds “Leave (Get Out)” and “Too Little, Too Late” as they survived their turbulent teenage years and then life at college. To no one’s surprise, the Massachusetts native went on to become a Grammy Award winner. But — to borrow from the name of her acclaimed sophomore album — the road to winning a golden gramophone was not “The High Road.” It fact, it was the long road…


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