Anitta Hires Rebeca León as New Manager


Rested as Rebeca Leon anittaUser’s new manager, resources can: to approve Variation. León is the CEO and founder of Lionfish Entertainment, an artist management and production company operating in the music, film, TV and digital industries. Representatives of Anitta’s new label Republic Records and León did not respond to requests for comment.

it was Anitta on time managed by Brandon SilversteinFounder/CEO of S10 Entertainment, which helped build the multilingual singer’s career in the United States.

Just a few months ago, Léon parted ways with his long-time client amicably. rosalyaWith the person he started the partnership with in 2018. As a manager, he oversees the prolific career of Colombian superstar Juanes and the role of J Balvin (They broke up amicably in 2019). Prior to Lionfish, León led Latin operations as senior vice president for AEG/Goldenvoice.

This change to Anitta’s team came as she also changed the tags: Variation He broke the news that Anitta had signed A new deal with Universal’s Republic Records at the end of April, just weeks after that highly publicized divided from Warner Music. The Brazilian star cut ties with Warner after spending 11 years with the company and the company’s Warner Records making great efforts to kickstart the singer’s career in the US with his latest multi-genre album, “Versions of Me,” which was released a little over a year ago. .

“After eleven years of successful partnership, we have decided to part ways,” the record label and artist said in a statement. “Anitta would like to thank the Warner Music team for all their support. And the Warner team wishes Anitta the best in the future.”

Anitta recently announced the release of her first Republic Records single, “Funk Rave”. It is also rumored to release a new project, “a Brazilian album in English and Spanish,” which pays homage to the early beginnings of Brazilian music.

“I think Brazilian funk has opened up its room right now and I want to show more about where it was born and my culture, my community, my place, so I’m happy to have it in the hands of Republic,” Anitta said. Variation.

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