Adam Lambert has parted ways with 19 Recordings, THR reports.
See?! I knew something was going on when Adam started criticizing Les Miserables without thinking of the consequences. His label wasn’t there to guide him anymore.
Who’s going to sign Adam Lambert now? Will he be an indie artist?
Adam Lambert and 19 Recordings have parted ways, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
Although the American Idol season eight runner-up had split with 19 Management in August 2011, he remained signed to the recording arm of 19 Entertainment (now owned by CORE Media Group) for another 18 months.
According to sources, January marked the expiration for that contract, although he is still on the roster at RCA Records. “It’s good for both sides,” says an insider. “Adam can move forward with his plans and 19 isn’t stuck in the middle.”
A rep for Lambert says the two parties leave “amicably and with the utmost respect for each other,” adding that the decision is but one part of the singer’s “evolution,” which began when he joined Direct Management Group, home to Katy Perry among other clients.
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