Page Six confirms ‘Demi Lovato has split from longtime manager Scooter Braun’. The singer ended her professional relationship with Braun and his company, SB Projects, last month and no new management has yet been found. Sutra first reported the news on Monday that “negotiations” are already underway for who Lovato will sign her next contract with.
Demi Lovato, manager Scooter Braun reportedly part ways after 2 years
Rihanna Grande and Demi Lovato have parted ways with Scooter Braun’s management.
A source said that both parties had mutually and amicably agreed upon Lovato’s departure.
The news comes after reports that Justin Bieber was also looking to leave his longtime management under Braun.
Bieber and Braun haven’t spoken in months, according to the source. The two have been working together since 2007, which was the beginning of the 29-year-old’s career.
Grande signed with her music manager SB Projects – which is now HYBE – in 2013.
That same year, Grande released her debut album, “Yours Truly”, which would celebrate its 10th anniversary on August 30.
marked Grande’s and Braun’s first collaboration together. A deluxe edition of the album was released on Saturday to celebrate the achievement.
Lovato signed with Braun in 2019, and the two collaborated on several projects during that time.
Including her documentary “Dancing with the Devil”, according to Billboard, which became the first to report Lovato’s development, and the outlet also reported that the artist was looking for new management.
Braun posted a story to his Instagram Stories on Sunday to celebrate Lovato’s birthday, adding: “Happy birthday to one of the kindest souls out there. Happy birthday.”