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Louisa Johnson walks away from Simon Cowell's Syco record label
Louisa Johnson is leaving Syco (Picture: Getty Images)

Louisa Johnson is moving record labels after being signed to Syco for almost three years.

The star won the X Factor back in 2015 and has been signed to Simon Cowells record label ever since.

However, the pair have recently come to a mutual decision that she will be better off signed with another label and so she is now teaming up with Ministry of Sound.

Taking to Twitter, Louisa announced the news and revealed that there was no hard feelings.

She said: I have been working so hard and I would just like to let you know that Syco Music and I have decided not to work together moving forward.

Louisa Johnson walks away from Simon Cowell's Syco record label
She said it was a mutual decision (Picture: Getty Images)

It was genuinely a mutual decision and there are no hard feelings.

She added: Big thank you to Syco for everything theyve done for me, Ive had an actual blast! Its been so much fun and Ill always be grateful to Simon and the team for all their support.

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Im excited to be releasing a new single with @ministryofsound next month which is still part of the Sony family.

She concluded: Youre all gonna love this one guys.

In 2016 the 20-year-old released Tears with Clean Bandit and was by far her biggest track to date, as it ranked at number five in the UK Charts.

Louisa Johnson walks away from Simon Cowell's Syco record label
She is now set to release a track on Ministry of Sound (Picture: Getty Images)

Her 2015 X Factor winners single Forever Young debuted at number nine in the charts on Christmas Eve.

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Louisa and Alexandra Burke teamed up with a number of other stars to release a new rendition of the Beatles 1967 classic With A Little Help From My Friends in aid of the NHS.

Louisa said: I did this for all the amazing nurses and doctors who work tirelessly around the country for the NHS.

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Its so important for them to realise how much we appreciate their tireless work. I hope my singing on this record brings a little bit of joy to their day.

Metro.co.uk have reached out to Louisa and Simons reps for comment.

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