JoJo thought it was “necessary” to remain single during the recording of her brand new album “Good To Know”.

The “Leave (Get Out)” interpreter recently revealed that she had given up sex for a whole 10 months while working on her record and that she “felt good” in her skin for the first time without a partner.

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In the hunt for feelings

Compared to the “Daily Star” “Wired” column, the musician revealed: “I wrote a lot of diaries and went through a process of self-discovery like I had never done before. I’ve been in relationships since I was 14 years old. ”

And further: “I’ve always been with someone else and that’s why it’s the first time that I feel comfortable in my own skin, all alone.”


The 29-year-old pop star added: “It’s about trying to escape myself and chasing emotions. About getting caught in slippery situations. ”

In the sequel to her “Mad Love” record from 2016, Jojo deals with the urge to “escape” from reality and “to learn to be alone”. (Bang)


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