Joss Stone Battles Label Over Postponed Album

The planned release of Joss Stone’s album “Colour Me Free” has been postponed with the “You Had Me” singer upset and prepared to go to war with her label. According to Britain’s Daily Star, Stone plans to perform songs from the rumored to be “postponed indefinitely” album at London’s O2 Arena next month. “I’ll sing some of my new songs. They’re just new songs and I love them. They were recorded about two years ago but I have been in a war with my label,” said Stone. Sources say that “war” with her record label, EMI, has included both the postponement of her release and a request from Stone to be released from the contract. “I’m just going to sing anyway and if they would like to turn out my album one day that would be nice. I’ve no idea when it will be released as it’s not up to me.” “Maybe they’re trying to shut me up but good luck because they’ve picked the wrong girl,” Stone went on to tell Daily Star. Joss Stone’s new album was originally due in April.


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