Amy Winehouse is reportedly planning on leaving her music label Island Records after the release of her next LP.
The Back To Black hitmaker is on a three-album deal with the British-based firm, a subsidiary of Universal Music, and is said to be keen on quitting as soon as she completes her third disc.
And the star is reportedly planning on shunning other music labels in favour of setting up her own company – giving her complete control over her music.
A source told The Sun: “For the first time in her career, Amy is beginning to have her head turned by the cash she can make. It’s never been a huge deal in the past, but she is beginning to realise everyone else is making all the money out of her success. Her deal with Island ends after the next record. That’s why they are trying to get her to clean up first and make sure it’s a classic.”
The source added: “Once she gets that out she wants to set up her own label. She plans to release her own material on it.”
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