She reportedly sought 0,000 for her troubles and to be released from her contract.
Jo Jo was released from her contract in October 2009 and a deal was reached with Blackground Records to have Jo Jo's third album distributed by Interscope Records.
As of November 2013, she has sold more than 7 million albums worldwide In addition to her music career, Jo Jo also launched a career in acting.
She made guest appearances on several television series, beginning with the 2002 American sitcom The Bernie Mac Show, and later in American Dreams in 2004 and Romeo! That same year, Jo Jo made her feature film debut in two Hollywood films Aquamarine and RV.
During her audition for Barry Hankerson, Hankerson told her that the spirit of his niece, the late singer Aaliyah, had brought her to him.
"Anything", was released as a third single to little success.
Like debut tours by Tiffany and Britney Spears before her, it stopped at nine malls, starting at Atlanta's Northlake Mall and ending at South Shore Plaza near her hometown of Foxborough.
When the single reached number one on the Top 40 Mainstream, she became, at age thirteen, the youngest solo artist to have a number-one single in America.
At six years old, Jo Jo was offered a record deal, but her mother turned it down because she believed Jo Jo was too young for a music career.
After appearing on various talk shows, the Mc Donald's Gospelfest, performing Whitney Houston's "I Believe in You and Me" and competing on the television show, America's Most Talented Kids (losing to Diana De Garmo), record producer Vincent Herbert contacted her and asked her to audition for Blackground Records.