RaNia To Begin US Actvities in May, Teams Up With Topnotch Hollywood Managers
By Staff Writer | March 28, 2013 10:31 AM EDT
Girl group RaNia's agency, DR Music, has announced today that RaNia's managers in US will be Larry Rudolph and Adam Leber. Larry Rudolph is well known to be the manager for many celebrity singers such as Miley Cyrus, Justin Timberlake, The Backstreet Boys, Jessica Simpson, Toni Braxton, Brooke Hogan, Ashley Parker Angel, 98 Degrees and more.
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Last October, RaNia had signed a distribution agreement with Empire Records and a promotional contract with American singer Chris Brown's management company, Fireworks. It has been revealed that Larry Rudolph has plans to work with Fireworks in the future to promote RaNia's activities on various US radio and broadcasting stations.
An official said, "After requesting various materials, Larry Rudolph contacted us and expressed his wish to take charge in managing RaNia. This is good news for us as we know that this kind of affiliation is not easily achieved."
RaNia is currently promoting their new song "Just Go". It is created by award winning composer team, KNS who have produced songs for Lady Gaga, Britney Spears and 50 Cents before. After completing "Just Go" promotions, RaNia will start their US activities in mid-May.
The attention that Hollywood is giving RaNia is definitely testament to their talent and potential. Will RaNia be the next group to push Hallyu in the US mainstream?
Reporter: Melin O.
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