Esperanza Spalding is making changes in her management roster…
The 29-year-old part-Mexican Grammy-winning jazz artist has reportedly signed with William Morris Endeavor (WME), according to Billboard.
Spalding joins a roster at WME that also includes jazz stars Diana Krall, Natalie Cole, Chris Botti and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band.
Spalding, a jazz bassist, cellist and singer, has released four albums since 2006 and reached both critical and commercial success with 2010’s Chamber Music Society, which topped the Billboard Jazz Albums chart and helped Spalding win the best new artist award over Justin Bieber and Drake at the Grammys in 2011.
Her most recent effort, 2012’s eclectic Radio Music Society, became Spalding’s first top-10 album on the Billboard 200 and went on to win best jazz vocal album at the Grammys.
She records for Heads Up International and is retaining legal representation with Frankfurt Kurnit.
Spalding is currently in Poland where she’s curating and hosting Esperanza+, a large-scale jazz concert during the Solidarity of Arts festival on August 16.