Bleeding Love hitmaker Leona Lewis has reportedly been dropped by Island Records. The singer joined the record company last year following her split from Simon Cowell’s Syco but experienced a bumpy ride on the charts despite their best efforts to propel her career, reported Female First.
“It simply didn’t work out with Island. She made a great record and the label really championed her but something just didn’t click,” a source said.
Lewis’ first single ‘Fire Under My Feet’ from her fifth studio album I Am, released under Island Records, did not do well on the charts and the LP sold just 8,500 copies in its first week in September last year.
Label executives are apparently due to hold a meeting with the star in the coming days to discuss her future, because they don’t want to cut ties with the 31-year-old completely.
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