Beyoncé is bringing the music business side of her career over to CAA and thus leaving the ICM agency, who she had been with since 2006. Though Bey will remain with ICM for her acting career, the move to CAA will include all of her touring business and is already looked at as a major win for the agency that is the home to 50 CentGreen DayLudacrisBruce Springsteen, and many more notable artists.

Last year, Beyoncé's "On The Run" tour with her husband Jay Z generated over $100 million with only 19 shows in the United States, making it one of the most successful tours ever. Interestingly enough, before Beyoncé made the move to ICM in 2006, she was signed with CAA, but left with her longtime talent agent Andrea Nelson Meigs

[via THR]