The Singer Kicks Her Former Label To The Curb
Over the past seven years, singer Jojo has been at war with Blackground Records that her parents signed her to when she was a minor. According to the Los Angeles Times the battle to produce new music and escape from her contract is now over and Jojo will be moving forward with Atlantic Records.
Prior to her liberation, the Massachusetts singer released a string of songs and mixtapes, and has developed a fanbase in the form of #FreeJoJo hashtag.
Things got nasty after the release of her 2006 sophomore album, The High Road, when Blackground Records kept the 23-year-old in limbo and would not release, nor pay the producers, of her third album. In a suit filed against the label last year, Jojo cited a New York law that stated a minor must be released from their label after 7 years.
Welcome back Jojo!
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