'Mad Love,' her first full-length album in 10 years, is due out in October

By Jessica Goodman
July 28, 2016 at 03:31 PM EDT
Brooke Nipar

The wait for JoJo’s new album is almost over. The 25-year-old singer, who hit the airwaves with mid-2000s hits like “Leave (Get Out)” and “Too Little Too Late,” has announced her new collection, Mad Love, will be out Oct. 14 via Atlantic Records. In addition, she released the first track, “F— Apologies,” and its accompanying music video, directed by Francesco Carrozzini.

Featuring Wiz Khalifa, the song follows the “tringle” — a trio of songs including “Say Love,” “When Love Hurts,” and “Save My Soul” — she released last year, also via Atlantic. Mad Love will be her first full-length album since ending an elongated legal battle with her former label Blackground Records. She last released The High Road in 2006, but has put out two mixtapes and three EPs since then.

Mad Love includes work from producers Max Martin, Wolf Cousins’ Oscar Holter, Whiskey Water, and Justin Tranter. Hear “F— Apologies” featuring Wiz Khalifa now.

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