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JoJo Returns With Three Songs, Calls Them A ‘Tringle’

JoJo Returns With Three Songs, Calls Them A ‘Tringle’
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JoJo Returns With Three Songs, Calls Them A ‘Tringle’

JoJo, now 24, has returned on Thursday afternoon by announcing not one, not two, but THREE new singles.

JoJo is back. If you don’t remember her, that’s because she looks grown-up now. Surely you’ve heard her hit singles “Too Little Too Late” and “Baby It’s You”?

Now, the 2000’s singer, now 24, has returned Thursday afternoon by announcing not one, not two, but THREE new singles.

And she’s calling it a “tringle.” Three singles.

Jojo’s tringles

The songs are “Say Love,” “Save My Soul,” and “When Love Hurts,” all of which are expected to hit the airwaves on Friday. But an excited JoJo made it available to fans who were eager for her comeback.

Listening to her songs, it is still evident that the star can still hit those precious notes. The songs are powerful, soulful, especially when they talk about lost love and broken relationships.

“Say Love” and “Save My Soul” are both love ballads, while “When Love Hurts” makes listeners want to stand up and dance.

JoJo’s album no. 3 will be hitting music stores. This is nine years after her previous album “The High Road.”

“Thankful and excited to share these three singles with you!! Thank you from the bottom to the top of my heart for your support over the years,” she said, as per her website.

“The journey is just beginning…”

The singer has always been excited about coming back to the music industry.

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You can listen to her new songs in her website.

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