Sugababes get the boot from Jay-Z’s record label

The new Sugababe line-up have reportedly been dropped from Roc-A-Fella Records

After the latest album Sweet 7 released earlier this month failed to make the top 10, the Sugababes have reportedly been dropped from Jay-Z’s record label ending their dreams of a career in the US.

Reports suggest that the band singed a 3-record deal with Roc-A-Fella Records last year, however a spokesperson for the Sugababes has come out recently to say that the girls were never signed to the label.

Sweet 7 was the Sugababe’s 7th studio album and their first record to be released under the new line-up. The only original member of the band, Keisha Buchanan was replaced by Eurovision song singer, Jade Ewen last September.

However the latest offering from the Sugababes Sweet 7, has not proved popular. It Charted originally at number 14 before dropping to number 37, and leaving the top 40 completely within a couple of weeks.

In a strange twist of fate Roc-A-Fella Records, who are said to be referring to the Sugababes as “former clients” are now said to be looking into the possibility of signing up the rejected band member Keisha. A source close to the singer says she will be flying out to the US soon to start work on her solo album with the record label.

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