He was the most important person in the career of Britney Spears for the last 25 years. Larry Rudolph, who helped Britney Spears secure her first record deal, said that when she learned of “the star’s intention not to sing again” she decided to resign.
The move comes two weeks after the singer testified in a Los Angeles court that “in the past she was forced to work against her will”.
“It has been over two and a half years since Britney and I last contacted each other. “He informed me that he wanted to take a break from work,” Rudolph wrote. “Today, I realize that Britney has expressed her intention to retire. “As its manager, I believe it is in Britney’s best interest to leave her team, as my professional services are no longer needed.”
She announced her intention to resign in a letter to her father, Jamie Spears, and interim administrator Jodi Montgomery.
Rudolf characteristically stated that he “never took part in the” surveillance “and” guardianship “regime of her life”, and said that he was “very proud of what we have achieved together for the last 25 years”. “I wish Britney good health and happiness and I will be there for her if she needs me again,” she concluded.
He has been Britney’s manager for almost her entire career, since her mother, Lynn Spears, consulted him about her talent.
At the time, he was an advocate for the music industry, with clients such as the Backstreet Boys, Justin Timberlake and Jessica Simpson. He was impressed by the talent of the then 15-year-old Spears and gave her to sing an unreleased piece by Tony Braxton. He himself sent it to 4 record companies. She signed her first record deal with Jive Records when she was heard singing Whitney Houston’s “I Have Nothing” and so in March 1998 Britney recorded her first album in a Stockholm studio with renowned producers.
This was followed by many hits such as “Baby One More Time”, “Oops! I Did It Again ».
In May 2019, Rudolph told Variety: “I am with her for two thirds of her life. I look at her as if I were looking at my own daughter. “
The next hearing in Spears’ case is scheduled for July 14.
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