We all remember JoJo, some couldn't stand the overgrown 13 year old girl who was soaring through the charts to stardom in the States and indeed the UK. Well, after being more or less a one hit wonder in the UK, she's back after a long absence, after starring in film. Her first single from the new album, 'Too Little Too Late' is floating around on UK music television and radio, but is still lacking exposure. However, the girl who brought us 'Leave (Get Out)' has made a great attempt of success with her new album effort, 'The High Road', the UK version of the album coming with 14 new tracks, and her successful single 'Leave' thrown in for good measure. JoJo is due to turn 16 in December 2006, and her new music collaborations certainly pose a new sense of maturity in her music. Throughout the album, there is a great mix of Pop and R'n'B tunes, with barely a bad track to moan about. Fans of the songstress in particular will love it, as will any keen pop and r'n'b lover. Each track is of good length, and the variation between types of music is certainly addressed. Personal favourites include 'Coming For You', her forthcoming US single 'How To Touch A Girl', 'The Way You Do Me', and 'Anything', which features an intro from the soothing 'Africa' from Toto. JoJo reaches a target audience of more than just early teenage girls with this new album, I'd definately recommend that you treat yourself to it in time for Christmas.