I'm start to believe that she doesn't commit with deadlines (for example, Don't Forget edit never being ready). So Capitol always turns off on her. For me, doesn't make any sense Capitol prevent her on release things AFTER the Night Time, My Time release and her already solidifing a image. It's like... they really thinking that they could make her go back to electropop?
I know she can be annoying with how she does or doesn't share information and she needs to work on that, but in terms of Capitol, yes, we know that her debut being a success wasn't warmly received by the label.
Even at the time, there were """insiders""" aka gays connected to the Capitol marketing department who called her ungrateful, on different online forums, over the funding and """promo push""" she got for I Blame Myself post-success.
And online gays are just online gays, but to have Sky confirm this year how Capitol treated her across various interviews confirmed the hostility towards her. She made it clear that Night Time, My Time's
critical success was never perceived as the label being wrong and her proven right. It was treated more like her making up for set-backs somehow blamed on her and Capitol were now graciously finally going to give her a real Top 40 push after years in return.
The interviews this year have shown she feels no one at the label seems to get her.