Jessica Simpson Not Dropped by Country Label, Relationship Is Temporal

April 08, 2009 09:29:43 GMT

'She was on loan to Sony Nashville for her country album. She continues to be on Epic's label,' Jessica Simpson's spokesperson says of rumor that the singer is dropped by her country label.

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A claim that Jessica Simpson has been dropped by Sony Music Nashville is not true. Clarifying the buzzing rumor, her spokesperson states that the relationship between the singer and the recording company is a temporary basis.

"Jessica is and has always been an Epic artist," so the spokesperson says responding to the rumor. "She was on loan to Sony Nashville for her country album. She continues to be on Epic's label."

Rumor suggesting that Jessica has been dropped by Sony Music Nashville emerges when her name is longer listed in both Columbia Nashville and Sony Music Nashville websites. Despite her spokesperson's statement, representative for the record label declines to comment on the issue.

Jessica Simpson has released one country album titled "Do You Know" in September 2008 under Columbia Nashville. The album has peaked at number one on Billboard Top Country Albums chart and at number four on Billboard Hot 200. Its hit singles include "Come on Over" and "Remember That".


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posted by mikayla on Apr 09, 2009
on other words, it was a trial basis for jess and the label. her record sales were poor her concerts were a mess,she failed to impress anyone yet again. so they dropped her. record labels only officially sign someone long term if they believe the artist has a promising career, clearly they didnt believe in her and dropped the no talent wannabe.
posted by jessass on Apr 08, 2009
What take them so long to do that good thing they did because Jessica just suck in every ways

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