Rapper Los has parted ways with SEAN '' COMBS' Bad Boy Records label for a second time.
The artist initially landed a deal with Combs in 2005 after auditioning for the hip-hop mogul's reality Tv show Making the Band 2, but he was dropped in 2008.
He re-signed with Bad Boy Records in 2012 after releasing a series of well-received mixtapes, but the two parties have since decided to call it quits once again before the rapper, aka King Los, could release his debut album.
Los broke the news to fans during an interview with New York radio host Sway Calloway on Wednesday morning (19Mar14), revealing he was now a "free agent".
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