In his six years since breaking into the Canadian Country music scene, multiple CCMA Award nominee JoJo Mason has been on a mission to find his own unique voice. Now, with recently released seven song EP on the way, he’s ready to show fans exactly what kind of artist he wants to be. It’s a project JoJo calls "the best batch of songs he’s been lucky enough to record, yet,” and he goes on to say that “as an artist, one thing you want to be doing is always evolving. You want to keep getting better, progress and be the best version of yourself through your music.”
JoJo’s career thus far has seen many incredible highlights, including five Top 10 tracks, numerous notable National media appearances and countless major festival and tour plays, and the last year has been no exception. JoJo checked off a bucket list moment performing on the 2020 CCMA Awards broadcast, received a trio of BCCMA nominations (Male Artist, Album, and Entertainer of the Year) and got the news that his single ‘Better On You’ had earned CRIA Gold-certification, an honour presented to him at the 2021 Calgary Stampede by his friend and colleague Dallas Smith. Most recently, JoJo won the Entertainer of the Year award at the 2022 BCCMA awards,
Even with so many accolades to celebrate, some of the moments that mattered most to JoJo were the ones spent with his fans. While they weren’t always in the most traditional of ways, they were gratifying nonetheless. Embracing the power of his social media community, JoJo kicked off his Mental Health Mondays’ series in early 2020, featuring conversations with fellow artists, music industry folks and more. He also embarked on a socially distanced, cross-country tour, stopping at small outdoor venues, bringing a taste of live music to small but grateful audiences from coast to coast. Now, with the release of single ‘Let Me Down Easy’ and his album "Sky Full Of Stars", JoJo is looking forward to getting back on the road and making those memorable connections once again.