Kylie Minogue quits her record label and Jay-Z’s management company

Singer calls time on both bodies during her 'Kiss Me Once' tour of Australia

Kylie Minogue has reportedly quit Jay-Z‘s management company and her record label.

The singer has called time on Roc Nation and Parlophone as she continues her tour of Australia.

She told The Sun: “I’ve had an amazing time with Roc Nation and it’s been fantastic to team up with them over the last two years.

“We got together at a period in my life when I wanted to shake things up.”

She joined Jay-Z’s company, which is home to artists such as Rihanna, Calvin Harris and Shakira, two years ago but her relationship with Parlophone stretches back to her 2000 album ‘Light Years’.

A spokesman for Minogue also told The Sun: “Kylie has fulfilled her contract with Parlophone. She has enjoyed and continues to enjoy a long and respectful relationship with the label.”

She is due to perform at Qantas Credit Union Arena in Sydney tomorrow (March 20).

Minogue recently performed two tracks with Giorgio Moroder in Perth last weekend.

The pair teamed up for a cover of the Donna Summer classic ‘I Feel Love’ and new track ‘Right Here Right Now’.

The singer also performed a host of hits from her back catalogue including ‘Spinning Around’, ‘Can’t Get You Out Of My Head’ and ‘I Should Be So Lucky’.

During that show, Minogue threw in a cover of INXS classic hit ‘Need You Tonight’. There was also a rare outing for her early hits ‘Tears On My Pillow’, ‘Never Too Late’ and ‘Hand On Your Heart’.