Back in February, Liz Davis said that she was "not with Bad Boy anymore."
We maintained coverage to allow the details to come out and to ensure that she was completely off of the label. Earlier this month, she tweeted
, saying that she was now out of her "StarMaker" contract, referring to the deal that she signed as a participant in "P. Diddy's StarMaker," the TV reality competition that she won
"I know it's been a while since I've tweeted," she wrote
. But, I'm out of [my] 'StarMaker' contract. Focusing on my deal here in Nashville. Can't wait! Still have mad love for Diddy, though."
With that said, our coverage of Davis will now come to a close. Best of luck to her.
Back in November, Liz Davis revealed that revealed that she had signed with a "new major label,"
referring to it as the label whose roster included country legend Reba McEntire. That would have meant The Valory Music Co.
At the time, Davis was not willing to speak further or confirm whether or not she was still affiliated with Bad Boy.
But, on her Facebook page is January, Davis was asked if she was still "with Diddy" and she replied
, stating that she was "not with Bad Boy anymore" and telling the person, "you'll find out soon!"
Ironically, Davis released a new song on Friday titled "Bad Boy,"
where she sings "Bad Boy, you're no good for me." But, the song title has "no pun intended," according to her
Earlier this month, Davis tweeted
that she wanted to "answer everyone's questions about Bad Boy. But, news will be out soon, I promise you!"
On Facebook, in October, Liz Davis revealed
that she was "about to sign the dotted line with my new MAJOR LABEL in Nashville this month."
That picture became a little clearer earlier this month when she tweeted
To have the amazing opportunity to be on the same label as [Reba McEntire] is a dream come true! She's the reason I'm in the business!
McEntire is signed to The Valory Music Co.
, also home to Jewel, the sister label of Big Machine Records
. Both companies are based in Nashville.
Later, Davis tweeted again
regarding Diddy's involvement in her project. "Diddy gave me a start with "Starmaker," she wrote. "And now thanks to him, I am able to re-sign with a top label in Nashville!"
It is unclear if this is through some sort of joint venture with Bad Boy or if she will maintain any sort of affiliation with the label. Reached via Twitter, Davis said that she was unable to confirm any details.
Last week, Liz Davis launched a blog at magnolialane-lizzyd.blogspot.com
. In the first post
, she announced that she will be managed by Johnny Wright, who was featured on "P. Diddy's StarMaker."
Over on Liz Davis' MySpace
, you can listen to a new track, "Make Me a Liar." It's a catchy record.
According to Liz Davis
, she'll be previewing a new song at some point in the next couple of days. It's called "Liar."
Liz Davis' MySpace
has a new song titled "Shack."
Liz Davis, the recently crowned winner of "P. Diddy's StarMaker"
was interviewed at the end of October by The Madison-County Herald
and The Clarion-Ledger
. Check them out for reaction to her win.
On tonight's season finale of "P. Diddy's StarMaker," Diddy selected country singer Liz Davis as the newest artist on Bad Boy Records. She put her own stylings on Gretchen Wilson's "Redneck Woman," competing with the other two remaining contestants, Todd Sarvies and Melody Angel. Angel was the first contestant of the three to be eliminated and of the remaining two, Diddy elected to sign Davis. She becomes the first country artist signed to Bad Boy. Congratulations to her.
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