RaeLynn Parts Ways With Big Machine Label Group

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For those awaiting news of the next step in RaeLynn‘s country music career, the newlywed has now given some unanticipated updates.

RaeLynn revealed in a recent interview with The Boot that she is no longer signed to the Scott Borchetta-run Big Machine Label Group. The news comes weeks after her marriage to financial advisor Joshua Davis.

“They did everything in their power,” RaeLynn told The Boot. “’God Made Girls‘ was such a success for me. I’m so blessed to have over half a million downloads on that song. I was the highest-charting new female in 2014, and I couldn’t have done that without Big Machine and their support.”

Though RaeLynn is no longer with a major label, she refuses to let the setback set her back. Instead, she has a calendar filled with shows and is working on an album she cannot wait to share with her fans.

“We’re recording this record, and I’m just so passionate about it. It’s like my kid; it’s like my child, this record,” RaeLynn shared. “I’m going to nurture it and make sure it’s the most perfect thing before I put it out. That’s why I’ve been so picky about it.”

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