Ariana Grande And Demi Lovato Part Ways With Scooter Braun As Manager
Ariana Grande and Demi Lovato part ways with Scooter Braun, one of the most powerful music managers in the world today and a known enemy of Taylor Swift, who re-recorded her first six albums after he bought the rights to them. According to his official website, the music mogul is one of the most successful managers in the world. He has worked with artists like Justin Bieber, David Guetta, the Black Eyed Peas, Ava Max, and Carly Rae Jepsen.
Ariana and Demi LEAVE Scooter Braun On The Same Day...
Ariana Grande and Demi Lovato are the latest big names rumored to be leaving Scooter Braun as their manager. J. Balvin, who left Scooter Braun's management company in May, and the very popular Justin Bieber, who was recently said to be looking for a new manager, are now also no longer with Braun. Since signing with Braun in 2013, Ariana Grande has put out six albums, and all but one of them have been at the top of the US Billboard charts.
Braun put together the One Love benefit concert after the Manchester bombing, which killed 22 of her fans. The concert helped raise millions of pounds to help the families of the people who died. Since 2020's Positions, Grande hasn't put out a new album. Right now, she's working on the movie version of the Broadway musical Wicked. It's not clear if she's cutting off all ties with Braun besides management.
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Braun took over as Lovato's manager in 2019, after she had been released from the hospital after accidentally overdosing on drugs the year before. Under Braun, Lovato put out two studio albums: "Dancing with the Devil... the Art of Starting Over" in 2021 and "Holy Fvck" in 2022. The singer is getting ready to release her new album "Revamped" in September.
In recent conversations among fans, it has become clear that most of them think talent manager Scooter Braun may soon be in the spotlight, though it is still unclear what kind of attention he will be getting.
Braun became famous in 2008 when he helped start Justin Bieber's career. He did this after seeing Bieber perform on YouTube when he was 12 years old. Since then, Braun has been Bieber's manager for 15 years. In the past few years, however, Braun has been in trouble for denying Taylor Swift access to her master recordings.
The manager is probably best known for his fight with Taylor Swift, which started in 2019 when he bought her old record label Big Machine through his investment group Ithaca Holdings for $300 million (£227 million).
That gave him control of the master recordings of Swift's first six albums, which she saw as an act of aggression that Swift described as "robbed me of my life's work." Braun managed Kanye West for two and a half years starting in 2015. This seems to have made her dislike Braun even stronger.
Braun later sold the star's catalog to Shamrock Holdings, another investment company. A year later, he sold Ithaca Holdings to the South Korean entertainment giant HYBE, which represents bands like BTS and NewJeans.
Braun is now the CEO of HYBE America, and earlier this year he helped the company buy the US hip-hop label Quality Control, whose artists include Quavo, Lil Baby, Lil Yachty, and City Girls.
Two of Scooter Braun's biggest clients, Ariana Grande and Demi Lovato, have left him. Braun is known for his long-running and controversial fight over Taylor Swift's master recordings. This comes after the Colombian star J Balvin, who joined Braun's team in 2019 but left earlier this year to be managed by Roc Nation, where he is now.
Even though there were rumors that Justin Bieber, another famous artist Braun managed, would also leave, those rumors have been debunked. Braun has worked with well-known artists like David Guetta, the Black Eyed Peas, Ava Max, Carly Rae Jepsen, and Quavo. His website says that he has been a powerhouse in the music management industry.