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18-Feb-2020 14:05

Nine years ago, Joanna "Jo Jo" Levesque was a teen pop star scoring radio play with G-rated breakup anthems like "Leave (Get Out)" and "Too Little, Too Late." With her recently released "Agápē" mixtape, the 22-year-old singer-songwriter enters unfamiliar lyrical territory: over sultry R&B production, Jo Jo is unafraid to user he maturing vocals to talk about drinking, sex and complex relationship issues."Everything is better with a blunt in your mouth," she explains in a seductive rasp on the aching "Take the Canyon.""My mom is probably the one that's the most freaked out.So they got me with a nutritionist and had me on all these supplements, and I was injecting myself — this is a common thing that girls do, by the way — it makes your body only need certain calories, so I ate 500 calories a day. I felt like, ' If I don't do this, my album won't come out.' And it didn't! "Jo Jo's account of the insane pressures on young girls in show business, dismaying as it is, is not surprising.

And "View" cohost Raven Symoné said last year on "The View" that as a child actor, "I remember not being able to have the bagel or anything at [craft services] - we call it crafty - where it's just a table of food ready for you to eat whenever you want.

She sent an e-mail to my young cousins and told them not to listen to it because it's inappropriate," Jo Jo tells Billboard about the eyebrow-raising content on "Agápē," which was released in December.

"I can understand why some people might be taken aback or say 'Oh gosh, what happened to sweet little Jo Jo?

Ten years off the grid is an almost unimaginably long time in any profession, but easily none more than that of a pop star.

It's a gamble even for the biggest and most confident multi-hyphenates — like Justin Timberlake, who let seven years lapse between his last two releases.

And "View" cohost Raven Symoné said last year on "The View" that as a child actor, "I remember not being able to have the bagel or anything at [craft services] - we call it crafty - where it's just a table of food ready for you to eat whenever you want.

She sent an e-mail to my young cousins and told them not to listen to it because it's inappropriate," Jo Jo tells Billboard about the eyebrow-raising content on "Agápē," which was released in December.

"I can understand why some people might be taken aback or say 'Oh gosh, what happened to sweet little Jo Jo?

Ten years off the grid is an almost unimaginably long time in any profession, but easily none more than that of a pop star.

It's a gamble even for the biggest and most confident multi-hyphenates — like Justin Timberlake, who let seven years lapse between his last two releases.

But while eating spicy Ethiopian doro wat with our hands at a dimly lit restaurant in New York's Hell's Kitchen last month, we laughed at the fact that — back in 2004 — neither of us had any idea that one day we'd both be able to say we had actually "kicked a motherfucker out of the house." Yes, during a September interview over lunch ahead of her new album , out October 14, Jo Jo and I got to talking about fuckboys. Since the release of her chart-topping sophomore studio album 10 years ago, the singer has released a handful of popular EPs, mixtapes, and singles, including 2011's "Disaster" and a cover of Drake's "Marvin's Room" that quickly went viral.