‘American Song Contest’ Winner AleXa Signs With New Agency, Set to Release EP
AleXa’s win on the inaugural season on American Song Contest has officially skyrocketed her career. The rising K-pop star has signed with a new agency and announced an upcoming EP. We cannot wait to see this K-pop singer rise to fame.
AleXa Signs With United Talent Agency
Previously signed with ICM Partners, AleXa finds new ground with United Talent Agency and plans to release new music this year. The newest partnership comes ahead of AleXa’s first release after winning NBC’s latest singing competition and landing herself a radio hit in the U.S.
The said radio hit, “Wonderland,” is the same song that won American Song Contest and gave her a place on the Billboard’s Pop Songs airplay chart. She will continue on with the record label that she is currently signed with (ZB Label) for her upcoming projects.
AleXa revealed that she signed a contract with UTA to represent all projects of the singer. Giving the Agency rights to areas beyond music, including film, television, and licensing purposes. UTA and ZB Label are looking forward to collaborating with each other to help take AleXa to the next level.
The Singer Teases Her Upcoming EP
AleXa is currently teasing songs from the upcoming EP on her tour. The tour began on October 18 and will wrap up in Los Angeles on October 30. The singer has reportedly been playing a mix of her already released and unreleased tracks at her concerts.
Ahead of releasing her new EP on November, AleXa will release a new single “Back in Vogue.” She wrote this song with the same creative team that helped her make the hit single “Wonderland.”
“I hope to showcase a new, fierce image through this concept. With its musical-like elements, I feel right at home and in my comfort zone,” she said. “‘Back in Vogue’ is an exciting step forward and I can’t wait for my fans to enjoy the show.”
Fans can get firsthand experience of her EP by attending AleXa’s upcoming tour. A comeback trailer and more details about the EP are to be announced as of yet.
Sync is really lucrative and agencies are signing artist that can bring in the $. It seems like They’re becoming little Record labels and dipping into the diaspora of revenue in Sync.