JoJo: A Stunning American Recording Artist, Pop Singer and Actress
JoJo (Joanna Levesque), a dazzling and talented music star got inherent talent from her parents, Joel Levesque and Diana was born on 20 December 1990 in Brattleboro, Vermont, USA. JoJo was raised being a huge fan of Whitney Houston, Aretha Franklin, Etta James and Ella Fitzgerald. She appeared for an audition on the show “Kids Say the Darndest Things” in 1998 and got selected instantly. Soon after that JoJo performed “Respect” for the audience on Bill Cosby’s request and got an incredible response from Cosby.
Oprah Winfrey also requested her to appear on her massively popular talk show, then on the Boston Celtics, Rosie O’Donnell and the Republican National Convention. At 2001 Gospelfest, JoJo brought the entire crowd tapping to its feet. After that she also auditioned for “America’s Most Talented Kids” in the year 2003, however, she didn’t win the show, but James Womack introduced her to the Da Family Entertainment’s executive. JoJo signed with them and soon was offered two contracts earlier than finding her match with the Blackground Records. She also toured with the R’n’B prince Usher Raymond before releasing her single “Leave (get out)”. As her single got released it peaked to the top of the American charts and became a smashing hit.
Her next single “Too Little, Too Late” was released in 2006 and became an instant success. In the anticipation of her sophomore album to come to the stores next October, she has been quite busy in undergoing her schedule for the month of August only. This included the online chat with fans at TeenMusic.com on date 8 followed by a performance at Miss Teen USA Pageant held on date 15 in which she sang live version of “Too Little, Too Late” for the first time. JoJo’s first mixtape “Can’t Take That Away from Me” and its first single “In the Dark,” got released together exclusively to Rap-Up in August 2010. Watch and listen to all the latest JoJo music videos at the coolest new urban music website, Urban-Nation.Com TODAY!
Posted on July 8, 2013, in Hip Hop Music Videos, JoJo Music Videos and tagged Aretha Franklin, Blackground Records, Boston Celtics, Ella Fitzgerald, Hip Hop Music Videos, Joanna Levesque, Jojo, JoJo Music Videos, Kids Say the Darndest Things, Whitney Houston. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.