Good Ol - JoJo (3) - The High Road (Cassette, Album)

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  1. The High Road, an Album by JoJo. Released 17 October on Blackground (catalog no. B; CD). Genres: Contemporary R&B, Pop. Featured peformers: JoJo (lead vocals, aka_text {background vocals} role_id aka_text, vocal arrangements), Vincent Herbert (executive producer), Gene Grimaldi (mastering), Jomo Hankerson (executive producer), Barry Hankerson (executive .
  2. This Time, Little Too Late, The Way You Do Me and Good Ol' should have at least made the top This album is better than even her new and great album Mad Love, and it honestly isn't expensive so I felt I got a great CD for less than 7 bucks. Of her 3 albums this is the one you should buy don't hesitate just do it and enjoy!/5().
  3. JoJo's vocals are full-throated, creamy, and increasingly Beyonce-like, but even when they veer in a Monica-reminiscent direction (check "Good Ol'"), they're given their due with wide-open beats and rhythms that feel less ratcheted-up than right in time. Expect The High Road to log a lot of travelers, none of them weary. There's not a pothole /5().
  4. Sep 03,  · 07 Good Ol' by JoJo from her 2nd studio album "The High Road" Lyrics: Oh Posted in the front seat of my maybach No where to go Ready to do .
  5. Dec 07,  · Anything From The Album 'The High Road' NO COPYRIGHT INTENDED Lyrics: (It's gonna take a lot to drag me away from you There's nothing that a hundred men or more could ever do) Yo I don't know What.
  6. I absolutely loved "Let It Rain", it was brilliant! But the vocals on "The High Road" the song, #4 were incredible! I L-O-V-E-D this album! Even more than her firstthat was fantastic too. Jojo has really out done herself and I am astounded by her success. I am her #1 fan and I am proud to say I am a her loyalest fan from day #1. I LOVE YOU JOJO!
  7. JoJo (3) ‎– The High Road Label: Blackground Records ‎– B, Universal Records ‎– B, daFamily Entertainment ‎– B/5(3).
  8. To say that the release of her sophomore effort, The High Road, finds Jojo on the cusp of superstardom is a bit of an understatement. Featuring production and songs by such in demand hitmakers as Swizz Beatz, Soulshock, and Scott Storch -- the man who made Paris Hilton sound good -- it should come as little surprise that The High Road is a commercially oriented, radio-friendly .

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