Vince Herbert inks management deal with Xscape
The '90s girl group praises Herbert's track record with Lady Gag, Tamar Braxton
Vincent Herbert has just landed a deal to manage Xscape.
LaTocha Scott, Tameka “Tiny” Harris and Tamika Scott just recently announced that they would be releasing a new album, sans Kandi Burruss, and according to HipHollywood, they have also found a manager in Herbert.
“We sat down with him, had some food and just talked, like how most business takes place, he just got our vision and he saw the potential in us,” Tamika revealed.
“We love what he did with Tamar and Lady Gaga and we also knew he understood the business,” Tiny said. “We’re really excited.”
This isn’t the only big-name partnership that the group has in the works, as they are still working with Mona Scott-Young on TV and film projects for Bravo.
“[Mona] is still managing the four of us for the reality show, and TV and film projects,” said LaTocha. “Vincent manages the music.”
In the meantime, the three ladies are gearing up for the new album, which they are clearly excited about.
“We’ve been working with Tricky Stewart, and the songs are really amazing. We worked really hard. We recorded six songs, in like six days,” said LaTocha.
“’Dream Killa’ is the first single, it’s a real Xscape record,” Tiny revealed. “It definitely has what fans expect us to have, a 90s vibe.”
“Dream Killa” and “Wifed Up” have dropped on Friday and are now available on iTunes.
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