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JoJo Drops ‘Good to Know’ Acoustic Album, ‘Think About You’ Video: Watch

If you’re like us and just can’t get enough of JoJo’s effortlessly honeyed voice, you’re in luck. The pop star dropped a stunning nine-track acoustic version of her latest album, Good to Know, on Friday (July 10).

Good to Know’s acoustic take features all the fan-favorite hits of the original, including the boss b–ch anthem “Man” and the self-sufficient “Lonely Hearts.”

In conjunction with the release, JoJo also unveiled a poignant video for the stripped-back heartbreak tune, “Think About You.”

In the cool-toned, nostalgic vignette, the 29-year-old singer can’t help but reminisce on an old romance as she gets to know someone new. “If it seems like somebody took your spot / Well, that’s just not true / Whatever I, ever I do / I’m gonna, I’m gonna think of you,” she sings in the hook.

Watch the Zelda Williams-directed “Think About You” video and stream Good to Know below.

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