RaeLynn has left Big Machine Label Group as a recording artist.

In a recent interview with The Boot, the "God Made Girls" singer reveals that she has parted ways with her label, but assures that there are no hard feelings.

"They did everything in their power," RaeLynn insists. "'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."

RaeLynn follows the Band Perry and Waterloo Revival, who have also departed the label in recent months. She will continue to work as a Big Machine Music songwriter.

In 2012, RaeLynn signed to Republic Nashville following her time on The Voice. She released her five-song EP, Me, in early 2015 and two singles. She won't be releasing the album she'd been working on for Big Machine, but that doesn't mean new music isn't on the way. In fact, she tells The Boot she's got a solid start on a new project.

“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 shares. “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.”

RaeLynn shows no signs of slowing down as she has "a lot of great shows" lined up. She concludes that she's "so excited about this new journey."

Earlier this year, RaeLynn married Joshua Davis in Franklin, Tenn. She shared a glimpse into her big day with her wedding video with fans last month. More than 300 guests attended the wedding, including her former coach on The Voice, Blake Shelton, and his girlfriend Gwen Stefani.

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