It’s been a game of hop, skip, and jump for R&B belle Christina Milian in recent years.
Ditched by Def Jam in 2006, the 30 year old moved to the ill-fated MySpace Records, only to leave for The-Dream‘s Radio Killa imprint in 2010; a move which also saw her jump the broom with the hitmaker.
Yet, predictably, that deal spoiled when their marriage did, leaving Milian – once again – without a label.
However, in a testament to her infallible hustle, ‘The Voice’ star has inked a new recording deal. Find out who it’s with after the jump…
Speaking at the Young Money / Cash Money Pre-Grammy Party last night, Lil Wayne announced that Milian was the latest signee to the Young Money roster.
The mother of one joins the likes of Wayne, Nicki Minaj and Drake at the label, which is distributed by Universal Republic (Universal Music).
As ardent appreciators of what Milian presents as a “package”, it’s great to hear that she’s found her footing. Here’s hoping that she is both handled well and brings her A-Game with the material, as this could very well be her last swing of the bat.