Jojo has hinted at a new collaboration with Diane Warren.
The singer/songwriter – born Joanna Levesque – is expected to release her third studio album later this year via Warner Music Group / Atlantic Records.
Legendary hitmaker Diane Warren previously penned hits performed by Celine Dion (“Because You Loved Me”), Mariah Carey (“After Tonight”), Toni Braxton (“I’m Still Breathing”) and Britney Spears (“When Your Eyes Say It”).
She also contributed to the next albums by Adele [XL Recordings], Paloma Faith [RCA Records], Kelly Rowland [Republic Records], Ella Henderson [Syco Music] and Nikki Williams [Island Def Jam Recordings].
Meanwhile, the new collection by Jojo serves as the follow-up to 2006’s “The High Road.” That collection peaked at number two on the US Billboard 200 Albums Chart and delivered hit single “Too Little, Too Late.”
In addition to Warren, the highly-anticipated LP will boast alliances from Da Internz (Tamar Braxton, Candice Glover), Marsha Ambrosius (Jamie Foxx, Kanye West) and Sterling Simms (Jay-Z, Wynter Gordon).
Watch the music video for previous single “Disaster” below.