After four years with Black River Entertainment, Kellie Pickler has left the record label. MusicRow confirmed the news on Friday (June 17), following rumors online.

Pickler signed with Black River in 2012, following six years with 19 Recordings / BNA Records, the label with which she signed following her time on Season 5 of American Idol. In a statement, Black River says that Pickler "will always be a part of our Black River family."

"We wish her all the best," the statement continues, "and are looking forward to watching her continued success in all of her endeavors."

Pickler herself has not commented on her split from Black River.

Pickler's last album, The Woman I Am, was released in 2013. In the years since, she has appeared on Dancing With the Stars and launched her own reality show on CMT, I Love Kellie Pickler. The show will begin its second season in August. Pickler will also appear on Celebrity Family Feud this summer, and in October, she will be inducted into the North Carolina Music Hall of Fame.

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