Singer, songwriter and actress Macy Gray has signed with APA for representation in all areas. She was previously represented by Creative Artists Agency.
Gray has released six albums over her career, including her best selling 1999 debut, “On How Life Is,” which peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 and has sold 3.4 million, according to Nielsen SoundScan. She last charted with 2012’s “Talking Book,” which went to No. 65 on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.
The singer plans to release a new album early next year.
On the acting side, Gray has appeared in such films as “The Paper Boy,” “Training Day,” “For Colored Girls” and “Idlewild.”
APA’s Josh Humiston will serve as Gray’s touring agent. On the talent and literary side, she will be repped by Barry McPherson and Sheryl Petersen, respectively. The artist is also represented by Stampede Management’s Russell Redeaux and Trianna Brannon, and Mark Music & Media Law, P.C.’s David Ferreria.