R&B star Brandy has left Atlantic Records, for which she has recorded her entire career. No details were given regarding the split, other than that Brandy requested to be let out of her contract.

R&B star Brandy has left Atlantic Records, for which she has recorded her entire career. No details were given regarding the split, other than that Brandy requested to be let out of her contract. The artist's four albums for the label have sold more than 8 million units, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

Brandy is said to be in talks with a number of labels for a partnership under which she will release future albums. Her final Atlantic set, "Afrodisiac," debuted in July at No. 3 on The Billboard 200 and has sold 361,000 units.

Next up on Brandy's plate is a fall 2005 comedy series with Touchtone Television for Fox, which she will co-executive produce with her mother/manager, Sonja Norwood. The artist is also in talks for what are described as "two other high-profile television vehicles."

As previously reported, she lends a hand on her brother Ray J's upcoming Sanctuary album "Raydiation," due in March.