Former The Voice contestant RaeLynn has parted ways with her record label Big Machine Label Group.
Despite the partnership dissolution, she will continue to work until Big Machine Music, BMLG’s publishing arm, MusicRow confirms.
“She is thrilled to continue her relationship as a writer with Big Machine Music and is presently working on her debut full-length album. We expect to announce a new label partnership soon,” RaeLynn’s management told the publication.
RaeLynn signed to BMLG’s Republic Nashville roster in 2013 after appearing on Season 2 of NBC’s The Voice. Since signing, she has released several singles, including “God Made Girls” and “For A Boy.” She recently received a nominated for ACM New Female Vocalist of the Year.
No word on when she will release new music.