Stream: JoJo Re-Recorded & Re-Released Her First Two Albums With Fully Updated Tracks

Published: Friday 21st Dec 2018 by Rashad

It’s been over 14 years since Pop powerhouse JoJo stormed the music scene with her self-titled debut album.  Housing the hits ‘Baby It’s You,’ ‘Leave (Get Out),’ and more, the project introduced the young starlet as a vocal force to be reckoned with among her Pop peers.

Now, as a clap back to her former label home for keeping her music off of popular streaming outlets, the singer has re-recorded the LP from start to finish with updated tracks.  Lending her matured vocal stylings to the tunes, the songstress – who celebrated her 28th birthday on December 20th – announced the set as a gift to fans to stream and download.

Titled ‘Album One ’04,’ hear her first album reworked in full below:



You can also hear its follow-up, 2006’s ‘The High Road,’ reworked here:

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  1. Honeybee December 21, 2018

    I’m so f****** excited! BOTH albums are boos and straight classics. PERIOD! These sound just as amazing if not better than the originals! It’s amazing to see joJo growing into her own skin and becoming a boss lady with her new label partnership with Interscope. Go girl!

    • Honeybee December 21, 2018


    • CHINA December 21, 2018

      Thinking out loud is a instant classic – she needs to release it

  2. Sweetnothings78 December 21, 2018

    Clever move!

  3. Lmfao_Hoe December 21, 2018

    I wish they stop keeping Aaliyah albums to themselves and release them online too besides Age and omg Toni’s Libra album too !

    • DanYiel Iman December 21, 2018

      Yes’m indeed Toni Braxton Libra album gets all my love for sure!!👌🏽🎶💜❤️

    • Paulo December 21, 2018

      FYI – someone already upped Toni’s Libra album as “Finally” on Spotify. the only track missing is Shadowless

    • Zamair Boyce December 21, 2018

      Yes 😒

  4. AJ December 21, 2018

    It’s was cool but the original get out and baby it’s you. I get she had to change the key to sell it but the original sound so much more innocent and pure

  5. DanYiel Iman December 21, 2018

    JoJo is a classic artist persons, she’s always sung within her range and never gave me X-Tina vibes!!❤️💜🎶

    • ??? December 21, 2018

      lmaooo because she can’t reach Legendtina’s range, her basic little vocals are no match lmfaoooo

      • Jasmine December 21, 2018

        Xtina has no range. She just screams. You must be thinking Xtina 20 years ago. Starting with her album Back to Basics Xtina does not try to use her range anymore because it is gone. Name one song in the last 10 years where she showcased range? I’ll wait.

  6. Lisa December 21, 2018

    I love JoJo, but these new recordings are not it. Copy and paste of high notes from first album to second album are extremely evident. I want her to give me Mariah, Christina, Whitney vocals where you can hear the intro, bridge, etc. There’s no peaks in these vocals. If you’re going to re-record, go off on those vocals. That’s what will live on.

    • rawdio December 21, 2018

      There are NO cut and paste high notes. Trust me, all I do is edit vocals and mix records. Jojo went in on this! Theres always going to be someone who wants it to be how it was rather than how it is now. Why not just support this great artist who deserves to be at the top today!

  7. Paulo December 21, 2018

    It’s now on Spotify too! She even uploaded Demonstrate! Yaaaaaaaaasss

  8. Jay.E December 21, 2018

    I like it a lot obviously the main singles like “Leave get out” and “baby it’s you” originals sound better just cause they are so embedded in our heads but overall everything sounds just as good if not better with mature vocals and updated instrumentals.

  9. rawdio December 21, 2018

    Trust in Jo! she doesn’t need your good advice, trust me! she’s got this! just hang on for ride and appreciate!

  10. Ajm265 December 22, 2018

    I didn’t like the vocals on too little too late and get out very nasally

  11. Antincia Foster December 23, 2018


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