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Kris Allen and RCA Records are no longer in a relationship

Posted By on Thu, Sep 20, 2012 at 12:46 PM

Kris Allen has parted ways with RCA Records.
  • Kris Allen has parted ways with RCA Records.

Looks like Arkansas's American Idol, Kris Allen, has parted ways with RCA Records, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Allen issued the following statement regarding the split:

I wanted to let everyone know that RCA and I have decided to split ways. I thank them so much for everything that they did for me. There are so many people there that contributed to my becoming the artist that I am and I will miss them all.. In saying that, I am really excited about what is ahead. The path has never been clearer to me. I love what I do and I will never stop. So, to my amazing fans, thank you so much for everything so far but things are only gonna get more fun. I promise.

Well dang.

According to Billboard, Allen's sophomore long-player, "Thank You Camellia," debuted at No. 26 on the album charts, selling 15,662 copies in its first week, compared to more than 80,000 for his 2009 debut's first-week sales.

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