JoJo Re-Releases Debut Album With Updated Tracks: Listen

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JoJo performs at Headliners Music Hall on April 1, 2017 in Louisville, Ky.  

2000s kids, your childhood dreams are coming true. JoJo has officially re-released her self-titled 2004 debut album today (Dec. 21).

The songstress took to social media on Thursday (Dec. 20), which also happened to be her 28th birthday, to reveal some reworked versions of the hit tracks like "Leave (Get Out)" that will be featured on the album.

“My former label removed my music, I unfortunately have absolutely no control over what they do or don't do," she also explained in 2017 as to why the album isn't available on streaming services. "I want to let bygones be bygones. I pray one day they put my music back up."

Stream the re-release, which includes 2018 versions of "Leave (Get Out)," "Never Say Goodbye" and more, below.