American Idol alum Clay Aiken and his label, RCA Records, have parted ways, his representative confirmed.
Aiken’s latest album, â€œOn My Way Here,â€ sold 159,000 copies in the U.S., according to Billboard. His 2003 debut album, â€œMeasure of a Man,â€ sold 2.78 million copies. Billboard reported on Friday that he left the label a few months ago.
Other “American Idol” alums dropped from their labels include: Blake Lewis, Bo Bice, Katharine McPhee and Ruben Studdard.
The Idol season two runner-up finished his stint on Broadway’s Spamalot in January.