Sinead O'Connor Signs With ICM Partners for North America

Donal Moloney
Sinead O'Connor

The Irish singer-songwriter, now performing as Shuhada Sadaqat, continues to be repped by Paradigm/X-Ray internationally.

Sinead O'Connor has signed with ICM Partners for North America, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. She continues to be repped by Paradigm and X-Ray internationally.

The Irish singer-songwriter recently converted to Islam and is making her musical comeback under her new name, Shuhada Sadaqat. She is planning to tour internationally after the upcoming release of her 11th studio album, No Mud No Lotus.

"We are truly excited and honored to be working with such a talented, unique and groundbreaking artist," said ICM co-head of worldwide concerts Rob Prinz, who along with Mike Hayes and Brandon Zmigrocki will lead O'Connor's team of agents. "We cannot wait to see her performing in North America again."

O'Connor's 1987 debut album The Lion and the Cobra went platinum, and her iconic 1990 cover of Prince's "Nothing Compares 2 U" spent four weeks atop the Billboard Hot 100 and was nominated for the record of the year Grammy and won the MTV VMA for video of the year. The album on which it appeared, I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got, won the Grammy for best alternative music performance. After a four-year hiatus from releasing music, she dropped her most recent song, "Milestones," last August.

O'Connor continues to be managed by brothers Kenneth and Carl Papenfus of 67 Management.