According to Billboard the singer has ended his working relationship with his manager of nine years, Brandon Creed.
Sources close to the singer claim the reason behind the split is because Mars is ready to start his own company, which would see him at the helm of his operation with in-house management brought in.
Reports say Mars' move isn't new in the music business since other high-profile acts like Beyonce have also taken same route. However, the move adds a new layer of expectation to Mars’ upcoming third album cycle.
Bruno won four Gammy Awards and sold over 5 million LPS in the US alone while under Creed Co management. Needless to say, it’ll be intriguing to see how the change plays out on the front-end of Bruno’s career.
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