The management company is home to more than 40 clients including Roddy Ricch, Saweetie, Daniel Caesar, Harry Styles, John Mayer, the Eagles, Jon Bon Jovi and Gwen Stefani.In the early part of her career, Cardi had been signed under Klenord “Shaft” Raphael’s KSR Group, but that management relationship ended in 2018.
Raphael sued the “Bodak Yellow” rapper for $10 million and Cardi countersued for $30 million, claiming Shaft was “self-serving and controlling.” The two parties reportedly ended up settling in 2020.
Cardi B was previously tied to Quality Control after joining their Solid Foundation management branch in 2018. However, in 2020 she stated she was not contractually tied to any management firm and was a free agent as her lawyer handled her business.
It’s been teased that The Bronx native’s long-awaited sophomore LP is on the calendar for “early 2023” via Atlantic Records.