American singer, and songwriter, Ariana Grande has parted ways with her longtime manager Scooter Braun.
According to Billboard and Pitchfork reports, Grande and Braun have been working together since 2013, the same year the pop singer released her debut album, Yours Truly. Details about the split, such as which business or management ties are ending, are not yet public.
Ariana Grande to release a deluxe 10th-anniversary edition of Yours Truly. The digital reissue will be available on August 25 and the vinyl pre-order begins on August 28. In addition to the original songs from the album, this upcoming anniversary edition of Yours Truly includes several updated versions of the songs that were performed live in London.
Grande’s latest studio album, Positions, landed in 2020. In 2021, the singer paired up with the Weeknd for a remix of “Die for You,” released “Just Look Up” with Kid Cudi, and more.
Ariana Grande Reportedly Leaves Scooter Braun Management