Release date
22 Jun 2004
Running length
19 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Butterflies 2:43 6,334
2 JOJO (JOJO) 3:42 1
2 Breezy 3:15 19,042
3 Baby It's You 3:12 92,905
4 Not That Kinda Girl 3:28 27,873
5 The Happy Song 4:00 17,563
6 Homeboy 3:36 15,973
7 City Lights 4:53 12,596
8 Leave (Get Out) 4:02 217,310
9 Use My Shoulder 3:44 12,720
10 Never Say Goodbye 3:51 21,124
11 Weak 4:51 26,388
12 Keep on Keepin' On 3:15 14,691
13 Sunshine 3:08 12,569
14 Yes or No 3:15 12,319
15 Fairy Tales 3:46 12,318
16 Back and Forth 3:29 5,266
17 Baby It's You (w/Bow Wow) 3:36 324

About this album

JoJo is the debut studio album by American recording artist JoJo, released on June 22, 2004 by Da Family Entertainment and Blackground Records. While recording the album, JoJo worked with many producers, such as Brian Alexander Morgan, Soulshock & Karlin, Dexter Simmons, Mike City, Balewa Muhammad, Tre Black, Bink!, G.P., The Underdogs, The Co-Stars, Reggie Burrell, Ronald Burrell, Kwamé “K1 Mill”, Young Freak and Vincent Herbert.

The album was preceded by the release of JoJo’s debut single, “Leave (Get Out)”, which achieved critical and commercial success worldwide. In the US, the single peaked inside the top 20 of the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, and also topped the Pop 100 singles chart, making her the youngest artist in history to achieve this. In the United Kingdom, the single also performed well, reaching a peak of number two. Follow-up single “Baby It’s You” featured rapper Bow Wow and became JoJo’s second top 40 hit in the US. In the UK, the song became her second Top 10 hit, peaking at number eight. The single also reached the top ten of New Zealand, climbing to a peak of number ten. The third and final single, “Not That Kinda Girl” was released internationally only. However, it did see a minor release onto US radio. Due to the lack of a physical copy, the single failed to chart in the US, becoming her first to do so. The single did manage to chart in Australia and Germany, however, the chart performance of the song was an overall failure.

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