‘Good to Know’ – the fourth studio album from JoJo – went to chart battle May 1 on the hems of its critically acclaimed singles, ‘Man’ and ‘Lonely Hearts,’ as well as a slew of preceding buzz tracks (i.e. ‘Joanna,’ ‘Sabotage,’).
A return to form of sorts as the effort houses some of her most R&B leaning tracks since her 2004 debut, the project was not only lauded for containing its expected exquisite vocal displays but also her most mature content to date.
The first release on her own imprint, Clover Music (in partnership with Warner), the set’s promotional plan – at one time accented with a North American tour – was negatively impacted by the current global health crisis. Reflected in its first week sales, ‘Good to Know’ (as predicted here) was accompanied by the singer’s lowest to date.
Find out official numbers inside:
JoJo’s ‘Good to Know’
First Week Sales (SPS): 14,600
First Week Sales (Pure): 9,600
First Week Billboard 200 Placement: #33