Hilary Duff’s Music Career Is Now in the Hands of Scooter Braun
This is what pop dreams are made of.
The actress and pop singer's signing is also confirmed on Braun's website, where Duff is listed as a prominent client.
In October 2015, Braun hinted at Duff as his client during an interview with The Daily Beast about the Jem and the Holograms movie, which he produced.
When talking about how Jem related to his roster, he dished, "Two of my other clients also experienced a similar thing, because I think women experience it differently than guys do. Justin [Bieber] was definitely off of YouTube, so there were comparisons [to Jem]. Hilary Duff saw it and said, 'I relate to this completely, because I remember being that girl.'"
Meanwhile, the Breathe In. Breathe Out. singer told AOL in June that although her music is currently "on the back burner" while she films the third season of her TV Land series Younger, it still remains a big part of her life and she doesn't see herself stopping any time soon.
"Music is such a part of my life and my makeup, though, that I don't think I'll ever stop doing it. I just don't think it'll ever be on the scale that it used to be," she revealed. "I was in the studio a week ago just messing around, though, and I'm working with a new manager, so it's definitely still going on. It's just a little bit on the back burner."
Celebrate Duff's (hopefully) bright musical future by watching the "fan demanded" music video for her underrated 2015 bop "Sparks," below:
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