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JoJo Siwa Announces ‘Guilty Pleasure’ EP and Teases New Music Video

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The five-track project, out July 12, will feature the previously released single “Karma”

JoJo Siwa was only just getting started with “Karma.” The dancer and singer has announced that her debut EP, Guilty Pleasure, will arrive on July 12.

The five-track project will continue to expand on Siwa’s creative evolution that began with “Karma,” her comeback single marking her official departure from the realm of child stardom on which she built her career. The single will appear on Guilty Pleasure alongside the previously teased releases “Choose UR Fighter” and “Guilty Pleasure.”

Siwa premiered “Guilty Pleasure” during a recent appearance at Trixie Mattel’s New York City Pride event in Central Park. While her audience wasn’t completely receptive to her live performance, the reality star was thrilled to announce the release date for Guilty Pleasure while on stage. The official announcement of the release revealed that the music video for the title track will premiere alongside its release later this month.

“Choose UR Fighter” was first teased at the end of May, when Siwa took to social media to reflect on the mixed reactions to “Karma” and look ahead at what she has coming next. “For the last few weeks, the world has been fucking brutal,” she said at the time. “They’ve been talking so much shit… but I don’t give a fuck. Choose your fighter, bitch!” In the caption, she wrote: “Ready or not… here it comes.”

In addition to the aforementioned tracks, Guilty Pleasure will feature two additional songs titled “Balance Baby” and “Yesterday’s Tomorrow’s Today.”

Prior to her all grown-up breakout campaign, Siwa released music sporadically while still working as a child star. At 12 years old, she released her debut single “Boomerang” in 2016. She also shared three EPs — D.R.E.A.M. The Music (2018), Celebrate (2019), and JoJo’s Rockin’ Christmas (2020) — via Republic Records.


Now 21 years old, Siwa is currently signed with Columbia Records.

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