Weeks after word spread of her launching a lawsuit against her failing record label, JoJo has continued to shine her light and share that beautiful voice with us all. Teaming up with vitaminwater and The FADER for their #uncapped concert series, the Boston bred songstress hit the stage last week and reminded us why we first fell in love with her. With a little help from Francesco and Casey Veggies, JoJo performed a special rendition of "Anything," a song that was originally released on her 2006 sophomore album The High Road. With its familiar sample of Toto's 1983 hit "Africa" and special guests in tow, JoJo took this record to another level and left New York City's Alger House feeling better than ever before. Also performing "Leave (Get Out)," "Too Little, Too Late," "I Get By," along with her take on songs like "Sweetest Taboo" by Sade and "Swimming Pools (Drank)" by Kendrick Lamar, she left no stone unturned. From Earl Sweatshirt at Ludlow Garage to Trinidad Jame$ at Lower East Side People's Federal Credit Union and Solange at Atlantis Super Wash Laundromat, the #uncapped series has taken over NYC this summer with surprise guests performing at secret locations, and they're not finished yet. Check out more from JoJo's performance after the bounce and log on to The FADER's website for more information on where this series will pop up next within the coming weeks.
After the bounce