Olivia Rodrigo Splits With Manager – Billboard

Olivia Rodrigo is looking for new management, sources say Billboards.

The 18-year-old breakout star bid farewell to the founder of Camp Far West Management Kristen Smith earlier this month, sources said, and is actively looking for new representation. Rodrigo’s publisher did not respond to comment at the time of publication. Smith also did not respond to comment. Access times news for the first time.

Since starting her career as a Disney Channel star – including the newest Music High School series on which she has co-written songs – over the past year, Rodrigo has become a household name. Her debut single, officially promoted “driver’s license”, launched by Geffen/Interscope, broke the record in the first week after its release on January 8, 2021. It broke records. Spotify’s global streaming in a given week, skyrocketed to #1 on Apple Music in 48 countries, and debuted at #1 on Hot 100 with the most streams and downloads of any song in the US

Rodrigo’s subsequent singles “Deja Vu” (No. 3) and “Good 4 U” (No. 1) made her the first artist in history to have her first three singles debut in the Hot Top 10. 100. “Drivers License” and “Good 4 U” end 2021 as the 2nd and 3rd most streamed songs in the US, respectively, according to MRC data.

Rodrigo has released her debut album, SOURin May, peaked at #1 on Billboard 200 chart, where it reigns for five non-consecutive weeks. SOUR earned 3 million album-equivalent units in the US, according to MRC Data. Nine of the 11 songs on the album reached the top 20 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Rodrigo currently has seven Grammy nominations, including in each of the Big Four categories: record, album and song of the year and best new artist. She is the second youngest artist in Grammy history to be nominated in each of the Big Four categories in the same year. Only Billie Eilish is younger.

“It’s music and it’s something people are connecting with, but I think people believe in her,” John JanickPresident/CEO of Interscope Geffen A&M, told Billboards last month. “She is a real person. And that is why she will become a global superstar who will last a long time. Because she gets it – but she’s also motivated and wants to win. “

Next month, Rodrigo begins his first nationwide tour after all this success, opening April 2 in San Francisco.

https://www.billboard.com/pro/olivia-rodrigo-manager-kristen-smith-split/ Olivia Rodrigo Splits With Manager – Billboard

Dais Johnston

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