JoJo-coined her three-song EP a "tringle" and the three singles -- "Say Love," "Save My Soul," and "When Love Hurts" -- and it marks the R&B/pop singer's first major label release since 2006's platinum-selling The High Road, and it's also her first with Atlantic Records.
"Sometimes I wish I could come across as just a little more, you know, carefree, but I'm just not carefree," JoJo told Out earlier this month. "I've always been kind of a serious girl. I mean, I have a lot of fun, too, but I think I take it seriously because I don't really have something to fall back on as far as going back home and going to my parents' house. I have to make a life for myself. I take it seriously because it's going to be the rest of my life. This is just the beginning."
We have the exclusive debut of the Chris Cox remix of lead single "When Love Hurts."