Jennifer Lopez
Singer/actress Jennifer Lopez attends Meet Fox's 'American Idol XV' Finalists at The London Hotel on February 25, 2016 in West Hollywood, California. Emma McIntyre/Getty Images

After releasing her 2014 album "A.K.A." under Capitol Records, it's been revealed that Jennifer Lopez has cut ties with the label and has returned to Epic Records.

The Puerto Rican singer and actress has signed a new long-term contract with the Sony Music-owned, confirms Billboard, which also states that the songstress reunited with L.A. Reid, her longtime mentor and Epic chairman and CEO. "I'm thrilled to welcome Jennifer back home with me to Epic Records," said Reid to Billboard. "Jennifer is a true global icon with a magnetism that sears across music, film, and TV and I'm excited to be working together again," he added of the "Shades of Blue" leading star and "American Idol" judge.

From 2001 to 2007, J.Lo released five studio albums with Epic Records: "J.Lo," "This Is Me...Then," "Rebirth," "Como Ama Una Mujer," and "Brave." Her 2011 album "Love?" was released under Island Def Music Group, before her comeback studio album "A.K.A." via Capitol Records. Lopez's debut album, "On The 6," was released in 1999 under Work record label.

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