LONDON (VIP NEWS) — British singer/songwriter Pixie Lott has parted ways with her former management company to sign with Jonathan Shalit`s ROAR Global.
Lott`s previous manager was Martin Hall at Hall or Nothing.
The news comes in the week that another ROAR client, Collabro, hit No.1 on the Official UK Albums Chart.
It also arrives at a crucial juncture for Lott: her third studio album, a self-titled LP, entered the Official UK chart at No.15 earlier this month. The lead single, Nasty, reached No.9 in March.
Her 2009 debut album, Turn It Up, was a double-platinum success, reaching No.6 on the Official UK Chart. The LPs two lead singles – Mama Do and Boys & Girls – were both No.1s.
Lott`s second album, Young Foolish Happy – which featured collaborations with Stevie Wonder and John Legend – reached No.18 on the Official UK chart in November 2011. Its opening single, It`s All About Tonight, reached No.1 in July that year,
At ROAR, Lott joins a roster that includes Rebecca Ferguson, Tulisa, N-Dubz and Kelly Brook who is currently the co-star in a new sitcom for NBC in the US called One Big Happy.
Shalit told Music Week: "It is a privilege to work with such an awesome young talent with such great artistry who has a whole new chapter in her career ahead of her."
The artist said she was "excited" to sign with both ROAR and Cole Kitchenn – an acting agency working within the ROAR group.
Lott has previous acted in films such as Fred: The Movie and TV shows including Inspector George Gently.