What I Didn't Tell You

What I Didn't Tell You
EP by
ReleasedNovember 4, 2022 (2022-11-04)
Coco Jones chronology
What I Didn't Tell You
Singles from What I Didn't Tell You
  1. "Caliber"
    Released: March 25, 2022
  2. "ICU"
    Released: October 21, 2022
  3. "Double Back"
    Released: May 4, 2023

What I Didn't Tell You is the fifth extended play by American singer and actress Coco Jones. It was released on November 4, 2022, by High Standardz and Def Jam Recordings, marking Jones' second major label release since 2013's Made Of (which was released through Hollywood Records). The EP features the singles "Caliber" and "ICU", the latter of which was her first entry on the US Billboard Hot 100.

A deluxe edition of the EP was released on January 20, 2023, featuring 4 bonus tracks, including the previously-released Babyface collaboration "Simple".


In June 2012, Coco Jones played the lead role of Roxie in the Disney Channel television movie, Let It Shine. Starring alongside Tyler James Williams and Trevor Jackson, the movie was the most watched Disney Channel Original Movie and most watched movie of the year for kids and tweens in 2012. Jones and the other main cast of Let It Shine performed at the 43rd Annual NAACP Image Awards Nominees Luncheon prior to the movie's release. Around the same time, Jones also signed a record deal with Hollywood Records and released her debut single, "Holla at the DJ" at the end of the year in December 2012. Her extended play Made Of was released on March 12, 2013, and she toured with Mindless Behavior later that year. Jones performed with Mindless Behavior at Radio Disney's Radio Disney Music Awards, and took home an award for "Funniest Celebrity Take." Following the release of the EP, Jones worked in the studio with David Banner, Ester Dean and Jukebox, planning to release her debut album by August 2013.

After leaving Hollywood Records and Disney in early 2014, Jones released multiple singles and EPs as an independent artist between 2014 and 2020, including the EPs Let Me Check It and H.D.W.Y. Jones would also release a new YouTube video in September 2020, in which she talked about her negative experiences in the industry, dealing with colorism. According to her, executives decided she was not marketable enough after featuring in Let It Shine.

The next year, in November 2021, Jones was cast in Peacock's The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air reimagining Bel-Air, portraying Hilary Banks. The show would eventually premiere in February 2022, and around the time its first season was airing, it was announced that Jones had signed a new artist deal with High Standardz and Def Jam Recordings.


What I Didn't Tell You Tour
Tour by Coco Jones
Associated albumWhat I Didn't Tell You
Start dateAugust 5, 2023 (2023-08-05)
End dateNovember 12, 2023 (2023-11-12)
No. of shows29
Supporting act(s)
  • Ebony Riley
  • Haben
  • S!MONE
Coco Jones concert chronology
  • What I Didn't Tell You Tour
  • ...

The What I Didn't Tell You Tour is the debut concert tour by Coco Jones, in support of the EP of the same name (2022). Announced by Jones on June 26, 2023 via social media with the first leg currently consisting of shows across 16 cities in the United States and Canada, followed by the second leg consisting of shows across 12 cities in the United States. The first leg of the tour begin at the Toyota Arena in Ontario, California on August 5, with the final tour date being held at Irving Plaza in New York City. Ebony Riley is the supporting act for the tour, with Haben and S!MONE (better known as Bel-Air co-star Simone Joy Jones) appearing on select dates. Tickets for the North American dates are scheduled to be on sale on June 29.


  1. "Caliber"
  2. "Spend It"
  3. "No Chaser"
  4. "Put You On"
  5. "Headline"
  6. "Ex-Factor" (Lauryn Hill cover)
  7. "Simple"
  8. "Love is War"
  9. "Plan B"
  10. "Double Back" / "Rain" (SWV cover)
  11. "Fallin"
  12. "ICU"
  13. "Crazy for Me" / "Crazy in Love" (Beyoncé cover)
  • In Boston and LA, she did an acapella performance of "Just My Luck" from her independent EP H.W.D.Y.
  • In Chicago and Minneapolis, she performed a cover of "Until the End of Time" by Justin Timberlake and Beyoncé.
List of concerts
Date City Country Venue Supporting act
Leg 1 - North America
August 5, 2023 Ontario United States Toyota Arena co-headlining show with Jhené Aiko & Queen Naija
August 8, 2023 Boston Paradise Rock Club Ebony Riley
August 10, 2023 Toronto Canada Phoenix Concert Theatre Ebony Riley
August 11, 2023 Detroit United States Majestic Theatre Ebony Riley
August 13, 2023 Chicago House of Blues Chicago
August 15, 2023 Minneapolis First Avenue
August 17, 2023 Englewood Gothic Theatre Ebony Riley
August 20, 2023 Sacramento Discovery Park
August 22, 2023 Los Angeles The Fonda Theatre Ebony Riley
August 23, 2023 Santa Ana The Observatory Ebony Riley
August 25, 2023 Phoenix The Van Buren Ebony Riley
August 27, 2023 Dallas The Echo Lounge & Music Hall Ebony Riley
August 28, 2023 New Orleans House of Blues Ebony Riley
August 29, 2023 Birmingham Iron City
August 30, 2023 Nashville Marathon Music Works Ebony Riley
September 3, 2023 Norfolk The NorVa
September 6, 2023 New York City Irving Plaza
September 7, 2023
Leg 2 - North America
October 23, 2023 Philadelphia United States Theatre of Living Arts Ebony Riley
October 24, 2023 Raleigh Lincoln Theatre
October 26, 2023 Washington The Fillmore Silver Spring
October 29, 2023 Atlanta Piedmont Park
October 31, 2023 Baltimore Rams Head Live! Ebony Riley
November 1, 2023 Richmond The National
November 3, 2023 Charlotte The Underground
November 4, 2023 Greensboro North Carolina A&T State University
November 6, 2023 Indianapolis Deluxe at Old National Centre Ebony Riley
November 7, 2023 Cleveland House of Blues Cleveland
November 9, 2023 St. Louis Delmar Hall
November 12, 2023 Houston Sugar Land
Leg 3 - UK & Europe
December 4, 2023 London England KOKO
December 5, 2023 Paris France Bataclan
December 7, 2023 Amsterdam Netherlands Paradiso

Track listing

What I Didn't Tell You track listing
1."Crazy for Me"
  • Jaasu
  • Jonnywood
3."Double Back"
DJ Camper4:01
5."No Chaser"
  • Jones
  • Camper
  • Al Sherrod Lambert
  • Allyson Watkins
  • Sage White
DJ Camper2:53
  • Jones
  • Nelson Bridges
  • Jitotwe Tsombela
  • Benjii Yang
  • Brandon Hesson
  • Rockette
  • Theresa Jones
  • Troshia Keeton
  • Vurdell Muller
  • Bridges
  • AmoBeatz
7."Spend It"
Total length:20:19
Deluxe edition (bonus tracks)
  • Jones
  • Jean-Marie Horvat
  • Justin Jackson
  • Marisela Jackson
  • Mike Warren
  • Sara Diamond
  • Yannick Bangou
BPM 120 West Productions2:42
9."Simple" (with Babyface)
  • Jones
  • Edmonds
  • Kenneth Paryo
  • Adams II
  • Babyface
  • The Collective
10."Put You On"
  • Jones
  • Elliott Bingham
11."Plan B"
Total length:31:35


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Sample credits


Chart (2023) Peak
US Heatseekers Albums (Billboard) 6


  1. ^ This concert was a part of Sol Blume Festival.
  2. ^ This concert is a part of One MusicFest.
  3. ^ This concert is a part of North Carolina A&T State University's Homecoming concert.
  4. ^ This concert is a part of Honeyland Festival.
  5. ^ The original venue for this concert was The Jazz Cafe, but was upgraded due to high demand.
  6. ^ The original venue for this concert was Les Étoiles, but was upgraded due to high demand.

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