James Arthur to resign with Simon’s label?
Has James Arthur resigned to Simon Cowell’s label?
It’s been two years since James Arthur was dropped from Simon Cowell’s label following a number of issues which led to a career nose-dive however with his current single “Say You Won’t Let Go” doing so well it looks as though a reunion with Cowell’s label could be on the table.
A source told The Sun,
“Over the last few years James has kept in touch with Simon.
“Simon has always thought James is a real talent but as soon as he heard the record he made up his mind to re-sign him.
“James has grown up a lot and realises he made mistakes in the past. Simon knows this.”
Arthur’s popularity plummeted after a homophobic rap was released. He failed to impress X Factor audiences with his apology, after releasing a ‘diss rap’ to an unknown troll on Twitter – which used anti-gay language.
In 2014 Simon Cowell hit out at Arthur saying he should have just shut up and he was dropped from the Syco label – which homes only the most coveted of X Factor stars.
A few weeks later the former X Factor winner was owned by Paul Potts, after he chastised his PR people for promoting him in the wrong way.