Little Mix has split from Simon Cowell's record label.
Girl groups – Jesy Nelson, Jade Thirlwall, Perrie Edwards, and Leigh-Anne Pinnock – were found on Cowell's X Factor in 2011 but now they are separated.
Little Mix is managed by Simple Management, the label Syco Music – Cowell – no longer works.
Instead, the band, whose latest album LM5 is set to be released this month, will now work under the RCA label, which is part of a wider Sony group such as Syco.
A spokesman for Syco said: "Syco Music will no longer work with Simple Management and therefore every artist signs a contract with the management company.
"We, of course, hope that all artists are influenced by this decision every future success. As a result, LM5, the upcoming Little Mix album A & R 'and released on Syco Music, will be served by RCA at the request of Syco and Simon Cowell. "
Little Mix, whose newest single, Woman Like Me is currently number three on the UK charts, won fame after winning the X Factor in 2011.
They initially auditioned as solo artists before being put together to form the group that is now the best-selling.
They have enjoyed successful careers with four of their singles, including Wings, Black Magic and Shout Out to My Ex, reaching number one in the UK.