Cheryl's new material 'reflects what's going on in her life'

Parted ways Former Girls Aloud star Cheryl has been released by record label Polydor as she continues to work on her fifth studio album

Parted ways Former Girls Aloud star Cheryl has been released by record label Polydor as she continues to work on her fifth studio album

According to the tabloid, Cheryl has been working with Girls Aloud's hitmaker Miranda Cooper as well as producer Naughty Boy on songs for her new record.

Speaking to the Daily Star, Naughty Boy revealed Cheryl would address the split rumours surrounding her and Liam, 24, through her music, rather than through the media.

"I feel sorry for Cheryl, because all she wants to do is make her music", he sighed to British paper Metro.

Cheryl remains signed to its parent organisation Universal, reports The Sun, and is now looking for a new label to release her music.

The Sun on Sunday was the first to reveal how Cheryl, 34, had held crisis talks with former One Direction singer Liam to salvage their relationship.

In an exclusive interview with The Sun, the producer said: "Cheryl has got back in the studio just after having a baby and it's still very personal, but she is a real artist and a perfectionist".

According to reports, producer Naughty Boy has been encouraging the former X Factor judge, who welcomed son Bear with the One Direction favourite a year ago, to let her songs do the talking.

"She is making a real album about her life and emotions and people should focus on that more than what else is going on around her".

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Cheryl has been in the studio penning the following up to 2014's Only Human, also working on material with her former bandmate Nicola Roberts.

Cheryl has reportedly parted ways from her record company ahead of her new album.

"The label will let her release new music to coincide with her return to The X Factor later this year but she will be dropped soon after if it is not a hit".