Lily Allen has parted ways with her manager Todd Interland who has been looking after the popstar since the start of her music career.
News of the split comes soon after Allen slammed her record label for making her release "rubbish" light-hearted pop songs like Air Balloon from her comeback album Sheezus over less commercially-viable tracks.
A source told The Sun newspaper: "Lily guides her career herself a lot but will need someone new to work with her. Todd had been with her for a long time so it was a blow to lose him.
"She's looking around at the moment for the right person to help her make the correct decisions with her music."
Speaking recently about the lack of control she had over her own single choices Allen said: "I'd like to [release the songs I want], but unfortunately I signed a record deal! I took a mortgage out on myself, that's how it works."