‘Everyone was on a different page’: Jess Glynne is parting ways with the Atlantic label because she ‘don’t want to produce radio-friendly hits anymore’
Hit-maker Jess Glynne has parted ways with Atlantic records after eight years and seven number one singles, according to reports.
The London-born star, 32, no longer wants to ‘produce radio hits’ but prefers to create music that ‘resonates’ with her personally.
The sun reports that when Jess held a “talk series” on the topic, “everyone was on a different page.”
New chapter: Hit-maker Jess Glynne, 32, has parted ways with Atlantic Records after eight years and seven number one singles (pictured September 2019)
A source told the paper: “Jess felt she had earned the right to control the direction of her music.”
They added: “She is keen to reset her career and almost start over after taking time off.”
A spokesperson for Atlantic Records told MailOnline: “Jess Glynne and Atlantic Records have parted ways after eight years of great success.
“She holds the record for British female solo artist with the most UK No. 1 singles.”
“It’s an exciting time of creative growth and new beginnings for Jess, and Atlantic wishes her all the best.”
Jess has kept a relatively low profile after apparently deleting her social media accounts in April.
True to form: London-born star no longer wants to ‘produce radio hits’ but prefers to create music that ‘resonates’ with her personally
The decision was made to deactivate her social media after she was relentlessly trolled over her apology for using a transphobic slur.
He was reportedly told to ‘die’ in despicable posts and now feels his online relationship with fans has been ‘ruined’, after facing backlash for using the slur during a podcast interview .
Jess previously posted a lengthy Instagram apology promising to “educate herself” after sparking outrage by telling a story that included the transphobic slur.
A source told The Sun at the time that Jess had decided to shut down her accounts in a bid to ‘escape’ the vile trolling she had received and felt ‘relentlessly punished’ for a mistake she had made. she had apologized.
They said, “It’s sad because she had a great relationship with her fans online, but it was ruined.”
“It was an incredibly difficult experience for her, especially at a time when she was locked up and unable to distract herself.”
Head down: Jess kept a relatively low profile after apparently deleting her social media accounts in April