According to the news first reported by Hits, Lovato parted ways from her manager Scooter Braun early on this year and signed with Good World Management.
The news came as Lovato’s new album ‘Revamped’ debuted and consisted of several re-records from some of the biggest tracks in her early days. Ths spin on the album, leaning very rock heavy, peaked at No. 7 on the Billboard 200 albums chart.
Brandon Creed, who previously managed stars like Bruno Mars, and has co-produced the “Barbie” sounds track as of late. The new manager owns and operates Good World Management.
The company also manages singers including Troye Siva, Charli XCX and co-manages artists like Normai and Lydia Asrat.
Lovato said of her forthcoming album, “With ‘Revamped,’ I wanted to pay homage to the songs that resonated the most with fans and played a big role in my career by breathing an exciting new life into them,” said Lovato in a press release. “Creating this project has been incredibly fun and allowed me to express my passion for rock music in a new way… I can’t wait for everyone to hear more!”
“Revamped” was preceded by a new revved-up rendition of 2017’s “Sorry Not Sorry” featuring Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash and fresh production by Warren ‘Oak’ Felder, Keith “Ten4” Sorrells and Alex Nice. The original version came out six years ago as the lead single from Demi’s sixth studio album, “Tell Me You Love Me.” Aside from Slash, “Revamped” also features the Maine, Nita Strauss and the Used.
Braun has not given any details on why major artists dropped him. Within the recent weeks, the likes of Ariana Grande, Idina Menzel, and many more have parted ways with the manager.
Reports came in that Justin Bieber was looking to potentially part ways with the manage as well, but his contract length was up for legal discussion.
There has been no comment from Braun as of this time other than him stating on social media that he is “no longer managing himself.”