After departing from her previous record company Columbia Records in April, the R 'n' B singer has finally found a new label.
After parting ways with her previous label Columbia Records, Amerie looks set to re-start his musical career after she has sign a new contract with another record company. As it was previously predicted by some media, the R 'n' B singer did eventually signed with Island Def Jam Records.
Revealing about the news a source close to the singer told the press, "She was offered a deal too good to turn down and the promise to build upon her reputation for classy and sexy R+B." Moreover, the source also stated that despite her previous records with Columbia haven't been considered successful, Amerie is "ready to step it up a gear now."
Amerie's previous courtship with Columbia started in 2000 and has just ended in April 2008. Rumor has it that the reason the singer decided to quit the label was ignited by the company's policy that keep on delaying to release her third album "Because I Love It" in the U.S.
Although her signing with Def Jam is still infant, latest report stated that she has already started the work for her new studio album. Rumor has it that on her new LP, Amerie will be working with some famous names, such as Pharrell Williams and music producer Nate Hills.