Bridget Kelly is goin her own way. After six years under Roc Nation, the R&B songstress has left the label. Confirming the news to Rap-Up TV on the red carpet at the ASCAP Rhythm & Soul Music Awards on Thursday, BK was nothing but positive about the next stage in her career.
“Honestly we needed to part ways,” she said. “You outgrow situations sometimes. I still feel their love. They’re still people I confide in and people that I have a really strong personal relationship with, so in order to keep that intact we needed to just go our separate ways.”
Bridget is still moving forward with the September release of her long-awaited debut album All or Nothing. “I’m really excited ’cause I’m getting to say what I wanna say and talk about all the love in my life and all the stuff I’ve been going through.”
Earlier this month, she debuted the first two songs off the project, “I Won’t Cry” / “Almost More.”
Peep the interview below: