Tinashe Splits From Label, Manager Claims It Was Time to Part Ways
Tinashe has moved from her former record label RCA Records, citing creative differences. According to the singer’s manager Mike Nazzaro, she was not dropped, and instead, the split was amicable and necessary.
We initiated for her to be released. It was a positive split for her. It’s giving her back creative control. [The split has] been a respectful separation on both sides. Her relationship with RCA was a long-term relationship, but they needed space. It was time to part ways.
Despite reports, the “Joyride” songstress has walked away from the label for the past month. As far as what’s next,
She’s excited for this next step in her career. We’re trying to decide now, if we want new partners, who the next ones will be.
The singer released two full length projects under the RCA umbrella; her debut album “Aquarius” in 2014, and 2018’s “Joyride.” The singer’s artist profile has been removed from RCA’s roster. The record label is home to rising star and Grammy Award winner H.E.R., Alicia Keys, Bryson Tiller, A$AP Ferg, Jazmine Sullivan and Brittney Spears.
The singer recently received rave reviews from her performance in FOX’s televised live play of “RENT.”