Easton Corbin has left his longtime label home. After nearly a decade with Mercury Nashville, the singer is no longer affiliated with the record label.

According to Sounds Like Nashville, Corbin has "part[ed] ways" with Mercury Nashville, a division of Universal Music Group Nashville. A representative from the label confirmed the news to SLN.

Corbin signed with Mercury Nashville in 2009. His self-titled debut record came out in 2010; the disc includes two No. 1 and gold-certified songs, "A Little More Country Than That" and "Roll With It." Corbin's second album, 2012's All Over the Road, features two Top 5 and gold-certified singles, "Lovin' You Is Fun" and "All Over the Road."

Corbin's final album with Mercury Nashville, 2015's About to Get Real, is Corbin's first No. 1 album; one of its singles, "Baby Be My Love Song," peaked in the Top 5.

Corbin's most recent single, "A Girl Like You," was released in January of 2017 and landed in the Top 10. The song was billed as the first from a forthcoming fourth album, but no further details about that release have been announced.

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