Things aren’t bad at all in Tiara Thomas’ camp by any means. The singer/songwriter has inked a deal with the Interscope Records family, joining Rico Love’s Division1.
The 23-year-old Indianapolis native is the mighty pen behind Wale’s hit single “Bad,” a song she co-wrote and co-produced before linking with the record’s lyricist.
According to Biz Journals, Thomas is the first signee to Love’s startup. This comes as a surprise to fans who believed she’d stay linked up to MMG’s “Gifted” MC. However, her new home welcomes her with open arms.
“Tiara is a gifted and versatile artist,” commented John Janick, President of Interscope Geffen A&M. “We’re excited to work with Rico and Divison1 to develop and expose her extraordinary talent.”
Rico’s take on the the rising star? “I’m extremely excited about Tiara Thomas being a member of the Division1 family.She’s an amazing talent, phenomenal vocalist, and one of the most creative songwriters I’ve heard in a while. We’re anxious to see how the world receives her. We have no doubt that they’ll love her as much as we do. #TTLO”
Shoutout to the up-and-coming songbird! Click here to hear her solo rendition of “Bad.”