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Kelly Rowland dropped by record label? Reports suggest albums sales low

Kelly Rowland doesn’t have the “X Factor” to help her music anymore and that just might have been what was keeping her career going. While the star hasn’t been seen lately on any major shows, she might be out searching for a new record label as it appears she isn’t part of Universal Republic any longer. According to PopDust on Wednesday the star is not part of the record label any more. This was confirmed by S2S Magazine as well.

If sex appeal sold albums there would be no question of whether a record label was dumping Kelly Rowland or not!
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Checking out the Universal Republic catalog, it appears that Kelly Rowland’s name has been removed from the list of artists represented which has fans wondering if they record label dropped her or if she moved on. Kelly’s last album, “Talk a Good Game,” sold 215,000 copies worldwide and while that sounds like a lot of copies, in the big picture the star seriously lacked massive sales in a very competitive market.

With fans not embracing the music, the decision on the next album might have been put in jeopardy. Add that the star is always linked to Beyoncé (but in a step-child sort of way) and it seems that there still hasn’t been a break away from Destiny’s child for Kelly Rowland.

If the star is without a record label at the moment, it appears that she will need to find a new home and then make new music. And hopefully one of her songs will be the hit she has been working so hard to achieve!

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