'Sweet But Psycho' Singer Ava Max Signs With Full Stop Management

Lauren Dunn 
Ava Max

Full Stop Management’s Jeffrey Azoff and Tommy Bruce have signed Ava Max as a management client, Billboard has confirmed.

Max, who is already signed to Warner Music Group’s Atlantic Records and Artist Publishing Group, has seen her pop hit “Sweet but Psycho” top Spotify’s Global and U.S. Viral Charts while appearing on Spotify playlists such as Today’s Top Hits, New Music Friday and the cover of Pop Rising. It’s been playlisted on Apple Music’s Future Hits and The A List: Pop playlists as well.

Max also featured on Le Youth’s 2017 track "Clap Your Hands," and she was recently listed as one of the features on David Guetta’s upcoming album 7, alongside Justin Bieber, Nicki Minaj and Lil Uzi Vert. She has seen a 2,200 percent increase in streams and a 125 percent increase in artist station adds on Pandora this month over last month, while growing her fanbase on Twitter and Facebook 1,200 percent and 2,500 percent, respectively.

Azoff launched his own management firm in 2016 and merged it in 2017 under the Full Stop banner with the management company of his father, Irving Azoff, as well as with Brandon Creed’s firm.  Their combined roster includes Harry Styles, HAIM, Sara Bareilles, Mark Ronson, Meghan Trainor, Gwen Stefani, Eagles and Bon Jovi