JoJo Rocks Honda Stage [Performances]

Published: Friday 28th Feb 2020 by Sam

JoJo shared her powerful story this week as part of a Honda documentary, pulling the veil back on the highs and hardships that’ve defined her unique journey.

Now, on the day she announced new single ‘Man,’ the performance component of the doc project has been released.

Filmed in front of an intimate audience of fans, the live special saw Jo perform kick-off cut ‘Joanna’ and ‘Sabotage.’

Watch her wow after the jump…

As ever, solid showings all-round.

JoJo’s fourth studio album ‘Good To Know’ arrives later this year.

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  1. Susan February 28, 2020

    I pray JoJo makes a comeback

  2. Ugghh February 28, 2020

    Joanna is a very emotional song. Very personal. Hope she dives deeper with a few songs like this on her upcoming album.

  3. I love big black c** February 28, 2020

    I really want JOJO wins but her latest stuff is boring and not catchy! We need more pop/R&B up tempo like when love hurts, this time, the way u do me…

    • Shayla Queen ? February 28, 2020

      When Love Hurts was terrible IMO

    • PinotNoir February 28, 2020

      The Way You Do Me dominated my Summer ’06.

      • I love big black c** February 29, 2020

        Idr, high road album was full of hidden gem bops. So underrated!!! Let it rain, coming for u, like that….

  4. Keith February 28, 2020

    I love Sabotage!!! I hope there is more of that on the upcoming album…

  5. ERIC February 28, 2020

    I thought “Sabotage” was a step in the right direction, but I forgot all about it and couldn’t remember the tune until I watched this video. Her best music was when she was under someone else’s thumb, and I really think those people knew better than JoJo what sound was right for her, because they created something more memorable than every single JoJo has released after Blackground. “Mad Love” is the one post-Blackground song that I think truly represents who JoJo is as an artist. You can tell she was into that song just by the way she sings it.

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