Ariana Grande has reportedly signed a new management deal after parting ways with her former manager Scooter Braun.
The Bang Bang singer has inked a deal with manager Brandon Creed and his newly launched Good World Management firm, reports Billboard.
"(Ariana) likes that (Brandon) understands her on a different level and between acting and music, she has a lot coming up and is excited to have found a new support system to help her execute her plans," a source told the publication.
Another insider added, "She wants the focus to be her art and he puts her artistry and vision before anything else. He is the perfect person to help her execute her visions for this next chapter of her life and career."
Good World Management's roster includes Charli XCX, Mark Ronson, Troye Sivan and Orville Peck. Demi Lovato, another former Braun client, signed with Creed in September.
The news comes after Grande reportedly parted ways with Braun's SB Projects back in August. She had worked with him since 2013 - the same year she released her breakthrough debut album, Yours Truly.
Grande recently teased her forthcoming seventh studio album last week via a series of photos posted to her Instagram showing the hitmaker busy at work in a music studio.
She is also starring in the two-part Wicked movie adaptation alongside Cynthia Erivo and working on her line, R.E.M. Beauty.