Anything (JoJo song)

Anything (JoJo song)

Infobox Single
Name = Anything

Caption = U.S. cover
Artist = JoJo
Album = The High Road
B-side = "Do Whatcha Gotta Do", "Get It Poppin'"
Released = May 7, 2007 (UK)
May 8, 2007 (U.S.)
Format = CD single, digital download
Recorded = Chaos Theory
(Encino, Los Angeles, California)
Sony Music Studios
(New York City, New York)
Sound Move Studios
(Sun Valley, Los Angeles, California)
Genre = Pop, R&B
Length = 3:50
Label = Blackground, Universal
Writer = Beau Dozier, Mischke Butler, Justin Trugman, David Paich, Jeff Porcaro
Producer = Beau Dozier, Justin Trugman
Certification =
Last single = "How to Touch a Girl"
This single = "Anything"
Next single =
Misc = Extra album cover 2
Upper caption = Alternate covers
Type = single

Lower caption = UK cover
Extra album cover 2

Lower caption = European cover

"Anything" is a popR&B song written by Beau Dozier, Mischke Butler, and Justin Trugman for American singer-songwriter JoJo's second studio album, "The High Road" (2006). Released as the album's third single in May 2007, the track contains a sample from Toto's 1982 song "Africa"—a former number-one single on the "Billboard" Hot 100—, written by David Paich and Jeff Porcaro. The song premiered on March 19, 2006 on "The Second JammX Kids All Star Dance Special".

The single was the second official single from "The High Road" in European countries and was released in the United Kingdom on May 7, 2007; it began gaining airplay there on March 24, 2007, eventually debuting on BBC Radio 1's playlist under the B-list section. JoJo was in the UK during the first two weeks of May to promote the single; she performed at London's G-A-Y on May 12, and appeared on "GMTV" on May 8 as part of a series of radio and television interviews. "Anything" remained in the top forty of the UK Singles Chart for three weeks.

Critical reception

In's review of "The High Road", Bill Lamb called "Anything" a "tasty pop confection." [cite web |url= |title=Review of JoJo's Second Album, The High Road |last=Lamb |first=Bill |accessdate=2008-05-01 |]

Music video

The music video for "Anything" was expected to premiere on May 2, amidst fan speculation about whether there would be a video and if it would have a surprise premiere.Fact|date=May 2007 The JoJo UK street team had launched a competition for fans to make their own video for "Anything" that would appear on the enhanced CD when the single was released. The competition was won by Joao Vasconcelos. After this, fans believed it would be a budget video.weasel-inline On May 5, JoJo posted on her MySpace page that the video was not completed and that she had asked Blackground Records to facilitate the production process with her and her management. On May 9 it was announced via e-mail that member "TheHighRoad" won the video mission and his video would be placed on the official website, but fans who wanted to watch it would have to buy the CD because it "unlocks" the video.

Track listing

;U.S. CD single
#"Anything" (Album Version)
#"Anything" (Instrumental)
#"Anything" (Call Out Hook)
#"Do Whatcha Gotta Do"

;UK CD single
#"Anything" (WaWa Club Mix)Also includes the winning fan videos for "Anything". Insert the CD into your computer and visit to access the exclusive content.

;European CD single
#"Anything" (Instrumental)
#"Get It Poppin'"
#"Too Little Too Late" (Full Phatt Remix featuring Tah Mac)

;Promo CD single
#"Anything" (Album Version)
#"Anything" (Instrumental Version)
#"Anything" (Chorus Acapella Version)
#"Anything" (Radio Edit)
#"Anything" (WaWa Dub)
#"Anything" (WaWa Mix)



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