Kylie Minogue Splits With Record Label Parlophone Following 'Kiss Me Once' Flop

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Kylie Minogue has parted ways with her record label of fifteen years, Parlophone Records, following the poor performance of her last studio album, Kiss Me Once.

Reports of the split first surfaced in June last year but were vehemently denied by Minogue, who tweeted at the time;

"Whoaahhh... parlophone!! According to 'sources' we r 'breaking up'! Not true. Exciting times ahead!#LOVEu4EVA."

Minogue has now officially confirmed the split to the Herald Sun.

Despite leaving Parlophone, Minogue insists that there's no bad blood between them and that they remain "family."

Parlophone's history now, but the 46-year-old still has her American management deal with Roc Nation and is still signed to Warner Music in Australia. She's also being represented for acting with the high-powered talent agency CAA, which represents A-listers like Jennifer Aniston and Selena Gomez.

Besides pursing acting projects (she has a minor role in Dwayne Johnson's San Andreas and a two-episode guest spot on the Emily Osment sitcom Young & Hungry), the Aussie pop princess is also working on new music without the pressure of a major label breathing down her neck.

As previously reported by Popdust, she has an EP produced by Fernando Garibay in the works, and has also been collaborating with Giorgio Moroder on a few different things.

She's had a few setbacks, but the future definitely looks bright for Ms. Minogue!

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