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.
One of my favorites for quite some time, JoJo, has just surprise dropped her next single off her upcoming album. After giving us her Tringle almost a year ago now, she finally gives us more life with new music. “Fuck Apologies” is right down the lane she has been paving for the last decade are so and I am so glad it is all coming together.
This track fuels JoJo’s zero fucks attitude that we have all fallen in love with recently, and the music that is coming from it is perfection. She has a raw emotion that can’t be matched by anyone right now.
In addition, JoJo has stated that her album, Mad Love, will be released on October 14th of this year, so even more to look forward to in addition to this track.
Take a listen below, and catch JoJo on tour with Fifth Harmony this summer on their 7/27 tour!!
Alright, first things first….what?
Now that the confusion has set in, we can get down to the real aspects of this track here. I am honestly just posting this because of the Liam feature. I don’t really care for anyone on this track, I just thought it was an interesting collaboration seeing as we have a former OneDirection member on here.
The track is no where near and “Pillowtalk” standard, it probably won’t do anything on the carts either. It has a nice and smooth flow, and the hook is quite good. I have to say Liam actually does sound good in R&B form. If this is the direction that Liam is taking, it will definitely be interesting to say the least.
in a tweet by Liam, he claims that the track isn’t finished and it is just “Something I get up to on a weekend”. If these are the people he is hanging out with on a weekend, there is definitely more of this to come.
Take a listen to the most confusing collaboration of 2016 below!