Only two months after signing a management deal with Lady Gaga’s manager Troy Carter, Azealia Banks and the music mogul have parted ways.
In April, the “212” rapper announced that she had signed with Carter’s Atom Factory, whose clients include Gaga, Mindless Behavior, and Greyson Chance. In a statement released to Billboard.biz, Carter confirms that he is no longer representing Banks.
“I can confirm that I ended the business relationship with Azealia last month on very amicable terms,” said Carter. “She’s incredibly talented and I wish her nothing short of an amazing career.”
The New York Daily News reported that Banks had signed with Coldplay manager Dave Holmes, who she is rumored to be dating, but Billboard.biz says Banks is without management and is seeking new representation. A source said Holmes is not a potential candidate.
Banks released her EP 1991 earlier this month and is working on a mixtape Fantasea, due July 4.