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JoJo announces 'I Am JoJo' tour

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Back in August, mid-Aughts R&B songstress JoJo dropped a “tringle” — her creatively-titled trio of new songs. Now the 24-year-old singer has announced a North American tour to drum up excitement for her upcoming third studio album, her first since 2006’s The High Road.

Consisting of 23 dates, the “I Am JoJo” tour kicks off Nov. 2 in Minneapolis and wraps Dec. 20 in New Orleans. Despite performing a smattering of tour dates and releasing two mixtapes and an EP since The High Road, a label dispute hindered JoJo’s music career for years. “Say Love,” “Save My Soul,” and “When Love Hurts” — the tringle trifecta — are expected to appear on her Atlantic Records debut, which is due sometime in 2016.

“This is the next chapter of my career that I’ve been waiting for, you know, just to be able to put out music,” JoJo recently told EW. “I’m also 24, so I feel like I’m just starting.”

Check out “When Love Hurts” and tour dates below.

“I Am JoJo” tour:

Nov. 2 — Minneapolis, MN — Triple Rock Social Club

Nov. 3 — New York, NY — Marlin Room at Webster Hall

Nov. 4 — Philadelphia, PA — Coda               

Nov. 8 — Cincinnati, OH — 20th Century Theater                                      

Nov. 10 — Kansas City, MO — recordBar                                           

Nov. 11 — Chicago, IL — Lincoln Hall

Nov. 16 — Milwaukee, WI — Turner Hall                                                    

Nov. 17 — St. Louis, MO — Old Rock House

Nov. 19 — Indianapolis, IN — Emerson Theater

Nov. 23 — Los Angeles, CA — The Roxy

Nov. 24 — San Francisco, CA — Social Hall

Nov. 28 — Portland, OR — Wonder Ballroom

Nov. 29 — Seattle, WA — Neumos

Dec. 4 — Atlanta, GA — The Loft

Dec. 6 — Dallas, TX — Club Dada

Dec. 7 — Houston, TX — Studio at Warehouse Live

Dec. 9 — Ft. Lauderdale, FL — Culture Room

Dec. 10 — St. Petersburg, FL — State Theater                                     

Dec. 12 — Washington, DC — U-Street Music Hall

Dec. 14 — Boston, MA — The Sinclair

Dec. 15 — Toronto, ON — Mod Club

Dec. 16 — Ferndale, MI — The Magic Bag

Dec. 20 — New Orleans, LA — HI Ho Lounge