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A troublesome record deal at 15 proved to be a disguised blessing

Being signed to a major record label can represent Valhalla; a golden ticket for countless musicians. But for some still finding their way artistically, it can be a stifling and creatively suff ocating experience. Rosie Carney was just 15 when she signed to Polydor, but the deal came wiThlittle to no creative control. It proved to be an experience that would go on to shape her as an artist and a person, but only after considerable anguish.

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