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R'n'B Singer Avant Said Goodbye to Geffen, Heading to Capitol

December 6, 2007 (2:56 am) GMT
Avant signed a new deal with Capitol Records and will release his new album next year.
Avant

R'n'B singer walked away from his recording house, Geffen, to sign a new contract with Capitol Records. He also announced that his next album will come in 2008 under the new label.

"They've shown that they're dedicated to push their resources for my projects," Avant said of Capitol. "I look forward to a long lasting relationship with Reports said that productions will include Rodney Jerkins, Mr. Collipark and DJ Smurf, among others. Although the exact release date of the album is not yet confirmed, it is said that the first single will come in March.

While working on the LP, he will also be touring with (, , ) next year and take a role play in 'Love Nick of Tyme' that also features Morris Chesnut.

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