AceShowbiz - %cSolange Knowles% has confirmed her exit from Interscope Records. "Although it's been a wonderful journey & experience at Interscope Records, after truly recognizing what's important to ME as an artist, I decided it was time for me to continue my path on a more independent platform," so she wrote.
In further statement, Solange thanked two executives from the label for giving her opportunity as part of the family. She stated, "I thank Ron [Fair] and Jimmy [Iovine] for believing in me as an artist and supporting my journey...and have nothing but respect for the Interscope family."
"I'm excited about continuing to dive in, experiment and creating music and art with no boundaries, fears or expectations. Gonna be fun folks. Thank u all so much 4 da suppoke chop:) all supportive comments coming thru Gonna REALLY b up 2 U guys 2 carry on the spirit of the music."
Solange Knowles actually has been rumored to be on the verge of splitting with Interscope Records since April this year. At that time however, her father/manager Matthew Knowles denied the speculation, insisting that "the joint venture with Music World and Interscope/Geffen/A&M is very much in placed for Solange." She herself also affirmed that matter, taking it to Twitter writing, "I am still on Music World/Geffen/ Interscope records."
The younger sister of %cBeyonce Knowles% only released one studio album "Sol-Angel and the Hadley St. Dreams" under Instercope. "Geffen did a one-off deal with Music World Entertainment for Solange and wasn't interested in doing a new contract with her," a source told AOL Black Voices.