Lily Allen is 'dropped from her record label following disappointing sales as insiders claim the pop scene has changed and her moment has gone'

  • Last year, Lily accused the label of neglecting her ever since she accused an executive of sexual assault in her autobiography, My Thoughts Exactly 
  • Lily, 34, has tweeted saying that she was pleased with her record and shared links to her positive reviews 

Lily Allen has reportedly been dropped by her record label Parlophone after her last two records failed to chart. 

Industry insiders revealed the label decided not to offer the 34-year-old a new album deal after her last offering, No Shame, flopped. 

This was four years after her record Sheezus also failed to top the charts. 

Ouch! Lily Allen has reportedly been 'dropped from her record label following disappointing album sales as insiders claim the pop scene has changed and her moment has gone'

Ouch! Lily Allen has reportedly been 'dropped from her record label following disappointing album sales as insiders claim the pop scene has changed and her moment has gone'

Something to say: Last year, Lily accused the label of neglecting her ever since she accused an executive of sexual assault in her autobiography, My Thoughts Exactly

Something to say: Last year, Lily accused the label of neglecting her ever since she accused an executive of sexual assault in her autobiography, My Thoughts Exactly

While the label has not confirmed it, a source told The Sun: 'The writing was on the wall for a while after both of the last two records missed the mark.

'The pop scene has changed and that moment has gone — there’s no more to it than that, it’s just one of those things. 

'The last album barely sold and the singles didn’t chart. It was a bit of an inevitability.'

She may have a point: Lily took to Twitter saying that she was pleased with her record and shared links to her positive reviews

She may have a point: Lily took to Twitter saying that she was pleased with her record and shared links to her positive reviews 

Last year, Lily accused the label of neglecting her ever since she accused an executive of sexual assault in her autobiography, My Thoughts Exactly.

She said at the time: 'My record label’s job is to promote and distribute my material and get me on to TV and on to the radio.

'None of these things have happened with this album ­campaign. 

'My record label have a list of priority acts, pretty much all of which have a link to the person who did ­something to me.'

Lily's publicist, PR firm Inside/Out declined to comment to MailOnline. 

A spokesperson for Warner/Parlophone declined to comment to MailOnline. 

'They suggested the communications team at its parent company Warner Music Group would be better placed to address the situation.'

An insider said: 'The writing was on the wall for a while after both of the last two records missed the mark'

An insider said: 'The writing was on the wall for a while after both of the last two records missed the mark'

Lily Allen 'dropped from her record label following disappointing sales'

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