Brandi Love Signs New Girl/Girl Performing Deal With Mile High
MONTREAL—Brandi Love has signed a new, expanded girl/girl contract with Mile High Media and their production allies.
Mile High Media, O.L. Entertainment and Gamma Films will share the new 12-month exclusive contract, which secures all of Love’s girl-girl performances. The three production companies represent some of the most prolific lesbian brands in the industry, including Sweetheart Video, Girlsway, and the new label LesbianX.
The new deal places Love in the capable hands of Sweetheart Video director Dana Vespoli, Girlsway director Bree Mills and LesbianX director Mason.
”I could not be happier Sweetheart Video and I will be continuing our exclusive contract for GG scenes,” Love says. “This year Girlsway and LesbianX were added to my contract so I will have even more ways to give, receive and share pleasure! My fans have expressed excitement and are looking forward to my 2017 / 2018 scenes. I am looking forward to giving them many surprises.”
Represented by Nexxxt Level, Love has become one of the top MILF performers in the industry during her 11-year career.
Mile High Media Vice President and O.L. Entertainment Head of Production, Jon Blitt, remarks, “We are extremely excited to continue our contract with Brandi Love. She is an industry icon whose work with Sweetheart Video has a huge following and is known for her sexually charged all-girl scenes. Fans are going to love what’s to come with her new contract now including Girlsway and LesbianX scenes.”
“When Jon approached me about joining forces on this contract, I literally jumped at the opportunity,” says Mills, the Girlsway’s creator and Gamma Films’ head of production. “Brandi Love is a force within the GG market and someone we are very much looking forward to bringing back on our sites. I’m also very proud of the alliance we share with Mile High and Open Life, especially given our close relationship and the collective power of the brands we manage! When we work together to secure such top talent, it definitely makes a bold statement.”