Adam Levine has moved from CAA to WME, The Hollywood Reporter and Billboard have exclusively learned. The agency also has
signed Maroon 5 and will represent both the band and frontman Levine in all areas.
Since breaking through with 2002’s Songs About Jane, Maroon 5 has remained a top act, selling more than 27 million albums and
48 million singles around the world. The
band’s accolades include three Grammys
(including best new artist), three AMAs, four
Billboard Music Awards and four Teen
Choice Awards. Maroon 5 is currently in the middle of a two-year, 104-date world tour in
support of its fifth album, V, stopping in 64
arenas in North America and grossing
approximately $71.4 million so far.
Frontman Levine’s wattage also has risen,
most prominently via his role as a coach on
all nine seasons of NBC’s The Voice. As an actor, he was featured on season two of FX’s American Horror Story, subtitled Asylum, before starring opposite Keira Knightley and
Mark Ruffalo in 2013’s indie romance Begin Again. Levine’s business ventures include his label 22 Records, a Kmart capsule collection,
an eponymous fragrance line and an
endorsement for Proactiv+.
Levine and Maroon 5 continue to be
managed by Jordan Feldstein at Career Artist Management and by Live Nation.