Deborah Cox is looking to make a comeback. The Grammy nominated singer announced on Thursday that she’s inked a new management contract with Primary Wave Music.
The singer, known for her double-platinum 1998 anthem “Nobody’s Supposed to Be Here,” is back in the studio recording her first studio effort since 2008’s The Promise.
“I’m thrilled that Primary Wave and my longtime manager Lascelles Stephens will be working together to manage my career,” said Deborah in a statement. “The great thing about joining forces with the Primary Wave team is that we can be more effective in executing my desired goals. In these changing times, it’s important to me to extend my team and with Primary Wave’s in-house branding, digital, marketing and publishing departments we’ll have all our bases covered.”
Larry Mestel, CEO of Primary Wave Music commented, “I’m proud to have such a vocal legend like Deborah Cox join our management roster. Throughout her career, she has never been afraid of taking risks and because of that, she’s been at the forefront of new trends.”
Primary Wave Music also is home to other acts like CeeLo Green, Eric Benet, Ginuwine, Melissa Etheridge and Natalie Imbruglia, among others.
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