You know a DJ is good when their name appears on huge line-ups the world over. Hard to believe then that just a few years ago JoJo was just a relatively unknown until she started appearing on line-ups listed on flyers and posters for the likes of Tidy, Frantic, Sundissential, Storm, Hi Oktane, Ideal Weekender and Hard House Heaven, just to name a few. Add to that list a healthy number international sets already under her belt, from as far away as New Zealand, a picture is already emerging of a highly sought after and extremely popular hard-house DJ.
JoJo's success is attributed to her obvious passion for the hard house scene. Its one thing for a DJ to play tracks that they think makes them look cool and credible; its totally another to actually play a set that stands out as being brilliant yet fits into the overall night like a hand into a glove which is the JoJo way. Just look at Facebook event pages after she has played to see just how much people love JoJo's sets.
DJing is just part of the success story; JoJo's credits include producing a number top 10 tracks; and her Toolbox released compilation album stubbornly stuck to the number one spot for weeks. Her collaboration with Adam M for their Beauty and The Beast project sees unreleased bootleg tracks coming out of the studio exclusively for JoJo's sets
JoJo's rise as a formidable hard-house DJ and producer is the envy of anyone trying to break into the highly competitive hard-house scene. Packing out dance-floors and producing top-selling albums and tracks means JoJo is a promoters dream and a record labels delight. But above all she is a clubbers favourite.
2014 can only hold big things for JoJo!! Southern Hemisphere promoters have already invited JoJo back; more studio projects planned bookings for events in 12 months time already confirmed, its safe to say you'll be hearing even more from this talented young lady.