This is still one of my favorite cuts from JoJo’s iconic comeback album, Mad Love. The music video is simple yet gets your fired up all over again. “FAB” is an anthem that everyone needs in their life, and if you haven’t checked out the album yet, I highly suggest you do that.
In addition to dropping this music video, she has announced a tour that will start next year! I have been fortunate enough to see her once already, and I will definitely be purchasing tickets again.
Check out the full set of dates after the jump!
JoJo is making her first album in 10 years something really special. “FAB” or “Fake Ass Bitches” might be one of my favorite tracks off an already amazing album.
JoJo has never been shy about her haters and relationship problems, and this might yet another anthem given to us by the one and only. This woman is a true superstar in every aspect, and I am so glad that she has resolved her recording problems because the world needs her music. “FAB” is accompanied by Remy Ma, who is an unlikely feature, but fits perfectly to fuel the anthem to another level.
JoJo’s long awaited album, Mad Love, drops October 14th. I highly suggest you buy this album and support a true artist in every aspect.
JoJo is back.
JoJo is coming back so strong on this album, with her debut “Fuck Apologies” giving us the zero fucks anthem we all needed from her and now with the release of the title track off the album, “Mad Love”.
“Mad Love” gives us some serious vocals from JoJo while she belts over a soul infused almost old school big band sounding beat. This is one title track that doesn’t disappoint and this album might roll out to be one of the best of the year.
October 14th is rolling closer and closer and Mad Love is sure to be a big album, with almost 10 years in the making since her previous album, The High Road. I can not wait to hear the rest of this album!
Less than 24 hours after the surprise release of her debut single from her album, Mad Love, JoJo gives us the official visuals. The track is going to be huge, it is almost a grown up version of “Leave (Get Out)”, from the start of her career.
I can’t wait to hear Mad Love, because this girl knows exactly what she is doing musically in every way.
I am so here for this.