Louis Tomlinson and his label Psycho Music broke up, One Direction Allam Today (July 11) was announced on Twitter.
“Hope everybody is doing well! I just wanted to let you know that Psycho Music and I agreed in part, “he wrote.” I’m really interested in the future and want to come back to the studio to write the next album. “” The post was retweeted almost one and a half thousand times in four hours.
The news comes almost 15 months after signing with Arista, a subsidiary of Sony Music through Psycho. E.g. Diversity Wrote in February. 2019: Cleve Davis Founded in 1974, Arista Records was relaunched in a joint venture with Sony’s former head of Island Records, David Massey, who was the label’s CEO as well as his own work of art publishing and management operations. Considering Massey’s track record with young artists, especially former teen stars – he has enjoyed several years of success as a group and as a solo performer with Sean Mendes, Demi Lovato and Jonas Brothers – he can be considered a fit fit for Tomlinson.
Aristotle was actually the third label where Tomlinson arrived: initially he was hired at RCA, listening to music by Sylvia Ron Tomlinson, president of Epic Records – especially the song “Back to You” featuring the babe line – he promoted for the project. And it has managed to land on its label. However, the song only reached number 40 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, although it was released in its hometown UK. Was hit in the top ten though
His latest album “Wallace” was released this year. (Read Diversity‘Review here.)
Tomlinson’s career began after he auditioned for a second time on the British television show, The X Factor. She auditioned as a solo artist, but in 2010 a direction was created with Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Zion Malik and Neil Hargan. The group finished third in the competition, but with their debut in 2011 it has grown to a large size and “What Make You Beautiful.” The group took a break in 2016 and Tomlinson ran on the field with the release of “Just Hold On” in collaboration with Steve Aco. The single debuted at number 2 on the UK singles chart and it was a dance hit.
As the coronavirus epidemic continues to spread around the world, Tomlinson adds: “Stay safe and see you soon.”