KELLY OSBOURNE Says Split With Label Will Advance Her Music Career

Kelly Osbourne has spoken to about her split with Epic Records, saying that she hopes her departure from the label will only advance her music career. "I'm actually really happy about it. [Former Sony Music chief] Tommy Mottola signed me, and then when he left I kind of got put on the shelf, you know. [Leaving] was just a mutual agreement, where I can go somewhere where they'll look after me. [Epic] is still our friends. I've known one of the people there my whole entire life."

According to Kelly, she has a few songs already written for a second album. "If you listen to the lyrics, it's so much more mature," she said.

"When I did [my debut] I was 16, and how much you change from when you're 16 to 17 is a lot. From 16 to 19 is a huge difference," said the singer, who turns 19 in October.


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