JoJo Blows The Roof Off With Booming Smokey Robinson Tribute
From an acoustic set on the toilet to a booming, produced showcase in front of a star-studded crowd, JoJo has proven time and time again that she can blow — most recently, with a Smokey Robinson classic.
The Mad Love singer performed "Who's Lovin' You," a 1969 Jackson 5 hit originally written by Robinson in 1960, in honor of Robinson's presentation of the Gershwin Prize. The full ceremony will air on PBS on February 10, but JoJo's set hit YouTube today (February 8) and it's more than enough to tie fans over. She's definitely coming for you, Tori Kelly.
In the clip above, JoJo blows the roof of the joint, exacting high-flying routines that rival Simone Biles'. "This is terrific! How can it be that someone with her vocal talent is so underrated?! She's really one of the best vocalists out there!" one YouTube user wrote, while another noted "It's amazing to see her step out and just sing the song like it was her last day on earth."
Corinne Bailey Rae, CeeLo Green and Ledisi will also perform tributes to Robinson as part of the PBS broadcast.
JoJo previously performed the song in honor of Robinson at Robinson's induction to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2015.
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