BEVERLY HILLS, CA - FEBRUARY 14:  Recording artist JoJo attends the 2016 Pre-GRAMMY Gala and Salute to Industry Icons honorin
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It's happening. JoJo's third album, which will be dubbed as her comeback, will arrive on Oct. 14. The singer, who had been fighting a legal battle for years and was finally released from Blackground in 2014, has been working on an official debut on Atlantic for the past two years, gifting fans with her "tringle" of songs last August.

No word on if those songs—"Save My Soul," "Say Love" and "When Love Hurts"—will make it to the record, but Jo has previously teased her love for all things R&B, house and hip-hop. On Wedneday, she tweeted photo of a pregnancy test with the date 10.14.16 in the results box. "ML." is plastered over the white handle.

No word on what "ML." means. However, the pregnancy test angle comes from a previous tweet JoJo sent to her fans exactly one year ago on July 27. The 7/27 date is also significant because she'll be joining Fifth Harmony on the U.S. leg of their 7/27 Tour, which starts tonight.

JoJo, who opened up about the death of her father and her family's struggle with addiction earlier this year, dropped a teaser video on Monday that included footage of her childhood and her rise to fame:

Watch JoJo explain what a "fuckboy" is below: