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JoJo Martin: Little Did He Know That “Run On” Would Become His ‘Anthem’

JoJo Martin began to singing at the age of four and by the age of seven, he was traveling around California singing at musicals and ministering before his father preached (BroadwayWorld.com). Later, with some direction from his mother, a trained vocal instructor, JoJo began to develop as a soloist and has been part of The Colorado Mass Choir, Tyrese, Fred Hammond, Kirk Franklin and more.

But it was a divine opportunity on the stage with Kirk Franklin that set something different in motion for JoJo.

I had the opportunity to talk to JoJo about that opportunity, his health and how his new single, “Run On” became his anthem… well after it was recorded.

Check it out here:

You can follow JoJo on Twitter and Instagram @Jojosvoice!

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I'm still trying to figure it out too! I'm a child of God that has a lot to say. I've been given a platform on the air to say it but I tend to be a bit lengthy so enter my website. The "confessions" you see on my website are not the gossip kind but rather conversations with artists, authors, speakers and teachers within the faith-based community. Also, my journey has been colorful, rich and sometimes really hard so, I look for answers and respite through writing. My mom wanted me to write a book  and I'm working on that, so bear with me as I fumble my way through. I'm working on balancing my extremely fun work life with my personal life that is filled with challenges these days. I know that God will see me to victory so... welcome to my life. ~Randi

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