Leona Lewis leaves Syco and signs with Island Records

Leona Lewis Syco Island

After seven years of contract, Leona lewis He has finally said goodbye to the media man Simon Cowell (X Factor) and his record company, Syco Music, and has decided to sign a new contract with Island Records. The British singer decided to abandon her contractual link with Syco and Sony Music, which had kept her tied to Cowell since she won the third edition of 'The X Factor' in the United Kingdom in 2006.

The situation had become difficult between Lewis and the Cowell seal in recent years, a product of the little promotional support to the latest releases of the British star, quite the opposite of what happened in the first stage of success that Syco reaped with the first works of Lewis, as with the consecrated album 'Spirit' (2007), work that catapulted Lewis to stardom to world scale.

After his move to Island, Lewis made some statements in a controversial tone: “After seven wonderful years with Sony it is a great opportunity to be able to sign with one of the most important record companies in the world, where each artist receives unique support so that you can express yourself in the best possible way. Island is undoubtedly synonymous with quality music and it is a privilege to be able to join a group of singers of this level, I will soon begin this new professional stage and I hope to be able to offer new songs to my followers soon ".

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