Little Mix SPLIT from Simon Cowell’s label days before album release

Little Mix SPLIT from Simon Cowell’s record label Syco after ‘row’ days before LM5 album release… as Jesy Nelson likes cryptic Instagram post

Little Mix has reportedly split from Simon Cowell’s record label Syco after a ‘row’ just days before the release of their new album LM5.  

The girl group, who won The X Factor in 2011, are claimed to have grown increasingly frustrated with the company over the last year, which resulted in arguments.

According to The Sun, Little Mix confronted Simon in an email, which reportedly caused a row between their management Modest and the music mogul.

No More Sad Songs: Little Mix has reportedly split from Simon Cowell’s record label Syco after a ‘row’ just days before the release of their new album LM5

With the Britain’s Got Talent judge ‘cutting all ties’ with the company, which includes the girl group and Rak-Su.


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Little Mix is believed to stay within Sony, but will move to record label RCA instead of Syco.

A spokesperson told The Sun: ‘Syco Music will no longer work with Modest Management and therefore any artists signed to that management company.

Power: The girl group, who won The X Factor in 2011, are claimed to have grown increasingly frustrated with the company over the last year, which resulted in arguments

‘We do, of course, wish all artists affected by this decision every future success. Consequently, LM5, the forthcoming Little Mix album A&R’d and released on Syco Music, is to be serviced by RCA at the request of Syco and Simon Cowell.’

MailOnline has contacted both Little Mix and Simon Cowell’s representatives for comment.

The reports come after Jesy Nelson appeared to like a cryptic Instagram post lashing out at record label Syco. 

She hit the heart button on a post by a fan account called @littleshadymix, who said: ‘They’re gonna leave Syco and then tell us what s*** Syco put them through.’

Wings: According to The Sun , Little Mix confronted Simon in an email, which reportedly caused a row between their management Modest and the music mogul (pictured on The X Factor in 2011) 

Ouch!: The reports come after Jesy Nelson appeared to like a cryptic Instagram post lashing out at record label Syco

Little Mix is made up of Jesy, 27, Perrie Edwards, 25, Jade Thirlwall, 25, and Leigh-Anne Pinnock, 27. 

While their new album, LM5, is set to be released on Friday 16 November.

The girl group’s new music has been hitting headlines recently after Cardi B insisted the 2011 X Factor winners approached her before rival Nicki Minaj for a collaboration on their Woman Like Me single.   

To which Little Mix firmly denied the rapper’s claims amid her bitter feud with their ‘queen’ Nicki.  

No more: With the Britain’s Got Talent judge ‘cutting all ties’ with the company, which includes the girl group and Rak-Su

Taking to Instagram last month, the girl group shared screengrabs from their WhatsApp conversation from July to confirm they wanted to seal the deal with the 35-year-old for their new hit single.

In their first post, members Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Perrie Edwards and Jade Thirlwall slammed Cardi’s claims as they penned: ‘Sorry Cardi hun but this is the T. We always wanted the QUEEN (no shade). 

In the second snap, the screengrab read: ‘[We need to] work on lyrics, change drop, confirm nick and then we’re good to go. If none of those things happen, then it’s not going to be released.’

During an lengthy rant against Bang Bang rapper Nicki on Monday, the 26-year-old explained she ‘declined’ an offer to feature on the single: ‘I’m doing a lot of pop records so I can’t over exaggerate myself but that came to me first.’

Drama: The girl group’s new music has been hitting headlines recently after Cardi B insisted the 2011 X Factor winners approached her before rival Nicki Minaj for a collaboration on their Woman Like Me single

However, shortly after the claims, the British band shared a series of throwback clips where they displayed their long-awaited desire to collaborate with Nicki.

Amid the feud, Little Mix took to Twitter to further clarify their previous social media posts as they penned: ‘Both were approached by our label to work with us on Woman Like Me, Nicki then Cardi.

‘We went with Nicki because like we’ve said over and over for years, it’s been a dream of ours to work with her since the beginning.’

‘We have nothing but love and positivity for both Nicki and Cardi. The girls x’, they signed off. 

Hitting back: To which Little Mix firmly denied the rapper’s claims amid her bitter feud with their ‘queen’ Nicki, sharing a series of screenshots with ‘sorry Cardi hun but this is the T. We always wanted the QUEEN (no shade)’

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