You know something? This reminds me of something. I think Avril Lavigne needs to resign Sony Music Entertainment because Sony Music Entertainment can’t stand Avril Lavigne and Sony Music Entertainment only wants big names and RCA like Beyonce. That’s all Sony Music Entertainment does, big names and RCA. You see, Avril Lavigne only appeals early 2000s and Asia. It does not appeal Avril Lavigne materials in general like Under my Skin (despite the album sold well and fans love it). Worse, Sony Music Entertainment refuse to get familiar with Avril Lavigne after her career was just getting started a decade ago.

Whenever Sony Music Entertainment sees Avril Lavigne, Sony Music Entertainment refuse to accept Avril Lavigne including her ballads. That makes Avril Lavigne flipping out. It’s like Sony Music Entertainment wants more Britney Spears, Pink, Kelly Clarkson, Alicia Keys, Beyonce, Justin Timberlake, Pitbull and so on over Avril Lavigne causing Sony Music Entertainment wants to forget about Avril Lavigne and stick with big names and RCA.

Speaking of RCA, that record label is the one who ruined Avril Lavigne in the 2004-2011 period where RCA distribute Arista’s Under My Skin 10 years ago causing 2004 wants to forget about the entire Under My Skin era like Avril Lavigne performing her number 1 2004 single My Happy Ending at the 2004 MTV Video Music Awards. Worse, her far superior 2004 singles (Don’t Tell Me, My Happy Ending and Nobody’s Home) paled along with her copy and paste bratty songs from 2007 onwards like What The Hell compared to her Let Go singles from 2002 (Complicated, Sk8tr Boi, I’m With You). It looks like radio only wants Complicated and forgets her singles in general like Girlfriend and Here’s To Never Growing Up. I bet RCA affected Arista marketing Under My Skin during 2004 causing Arista unable to promote Under My Skin on its own and Under My Skin lose its publicity like 2005 Grammy nominations for Under my Skin causing Sony Music to stick with more Britney Spears and Kelly Clarkson during the mid 2000s non-stop.

I mean, why can’t radio play Avril Lavigne songs in general like He Wasn’t and Rock N Roll? I mean, her Let Go singles works perfectly thanks to The Matrix when Complicated becoming a huge hit and Sk8tr Boi has some of the strongest pop rock works during 2002. Plus, I’m With You is the most rawful Avril Lavigne yet following Losing Grip to become the most serious Avril Lavigne single to date. Even though Losing Grip did poorly in 2003. Then in 2004, RCA and Sony Music came to see Arista when Avril Lavigne working on her sophomore album and steal her second album along with Avril Lavigne herself causing RCA to milk Avril Lavigne music until 2011 when her fourth album Goodbye Lullaby lost her number 1 peaks in general and her money. RCA will never want to work with Avril Lavigne again. Goodbye Lullaby should’ve done better if it was released in 2009/2010 and not include What The Hell and Smile. That is why Avril Lavigne is the most annoying artist in the entire Sony Music industry.

Flash forward to last year where Epic Records did not have enough money for Avril Lavigne to fund her bratty songs comeback. Here’s To Never Growing Up and Rock would’ve been great Avril Lavigne songs to become bratty comeback singles. But no, Epic Records did not make enough money causing Sony Music to forget Epic Records and stick with big names and RCA like Miley Cyrus. Now her recent album lost money even more than the butchered Goodbye Lullaby. Her 2013 album has no album name and her singles lost number 1s again causing her 2013 album changed the date 3 times and released the same day going up against Eminem. Worse, she release her awful Hello Kitty song to Japan causing Give It What You Like to lost its promotion. It looks like Sony Music has moved on to big names like Britney Spears and RCA like Miley Cyrus since mid 2000s. This happens the same way to Backstreet Boys, Christina Aguilera and Carrie Underwood too.

I bet bad marketing killed Avril Lavigne’s 2004-2013 outputs like Under My Skin. I’m afraid Avril Lavigne might want to get kicked out by Sony Music Entertainment for good. That means, Sony Music will not want to work with Avril Lavigne. Now Avril Lavigne lost money and making new music thanks to Sony Music for killing her music or her career after the Let Go era.

So what Avril Lavigne can do now is to move to Universal Records after Epic Records released her Christmas album which is coming by the end of this year called Christmas Day. Now, I’ll talk about Universal later. Right now, I’ll be talking about Avril Lavigne’s upcoming sixth album Christmas Day. Now, as you may know that Christmas Day will be Avril Lavigne’s first Christmas album and her sixth album which will be coming this holiday season after Taylor Swift releasing her fifth album, 1989. Christmas Day will include her Christmas songs along with her Christmas single, Totally Merry. It want planned to be released this summer from what I heard, but due to bad marketing and that awful Hello Kitty, Totally Merry has pushed back to this October/November-ish. I bet Sony Music like RCA and bratty songs like The Best Damn Thing cause Avril Lavigne’s marketing to collapse causing Avril Lavigne unable to compete against other female artists from today and yesterday like Britney Spears, Pink, Kelly Clarkson, Beyonce, Rihanna, Miley Cyrus and Ariana Grande.

It looks like music only wants big names like Britney Spears and mainstream like One Direction rather than good quality music like Taylor Swift (despite Taylor Swift sold more records and made more money than Avril Lavigne making Taylor Swift one of the biggest female artists of the 21 century). America is very lazy in the music industry. America music wants nothing but big names like Micheal Jackson and mainstream/fads like Justin Bieber over Avril Lavigne.

Anyway, back to Christmas Day. It will likely to be the last Avril Lavigne album released by Sony. It will charted at the holiday Billboard chart when it debut at number 1 on that chart along with number 4/5 at the Billboard Top 200 Albums charts making it her first number 1 album since The Best Damn Thing. That would be good giving a good late 2014 date for Christmas Day unlike the awful November date Epic Records chose for her last year’s album. So have Avril Lavigne announced her Christmas album this fall (mostly September/October) and released her Christmas album on October/November. I would say November might be a better date since Taylor Swift’s 1989 album will get and October date. So November would be a good release date for the Christmas Day album along with its single Totally Merry just in time for the holidays.

After Christmas Day, she will move to Universal Records next year so she can work on her seventh album. This will be her first album not made my Sony but rather Universal. So I’ll be talking about a good Universal label that works well for Avril Lavigne.

So how about Island Def Jam. Rihanna used to work there in 2005-2013. But now, she moved to another label that was owned by Jay Z giving Avril Lavigne an extra edge to work on Island Def Jam. This is where she can work on her rock/pop album with a more mature route and serious explicit writing. That would be something that Avril Lavigne will want to try out.

Another label that works well is Big Machine Records. This is where Taylor Swift gets to be Big Machine’s major staple. So have Avril Lavigne worked with Scott Borchetta who worked with Taylor Swift because Taylor Swift can handledly compete against Avril Lavigne thanks to better marketing and better radio plays and better digital sales. So have Avril Lavigne release a serious single with a more mature route instead of bratty songs and have that Avril Lavigne single to have a truckload of airplays on the radio and make quick bucks by selling over 1 million digital sales during the first few weeks. Scott Borchetta or even Taylor Swift will be very happy if Big Machine Records sees this. So Big Machine Records would be perfect for Avril Lavigne so that way Big machine Records will get rid of country music and replace with pop music like Christina Aguilera in Nashville.

My next and probably final thought is Interscope Records. Interscope Records is home of Lady Gaga and her hilarious sexy songs like Telephone and applause. Since Lady Gaga can easily compete Avril Lavigne and defeat Avril Lavigne, Interscope would fit nicely for Avril Lavigne. An Avril Lavigne website called Avril Bandaids does random forums regarding of why Avril Lavigne needs Interscope Records and that give me an advice. Interscope works perfectly for Avril Lavigne so that way Avril Lavigne can have better chance to make her music more successful compared to Sony Music.

There you go those will be the choices for Universal labels that Avril Lavigne deserves. That’s why Universal Records is far superior to Sony Music Entertainment. I’ll take Big Machine Records over RCA and Epic Records any way. So when Avril Lavigne turns 30, she will no longer making anymore bratty songs so that way she will move to a more mature rout where it's pop rock or even rock. So her first future Universal album has to contain no bratty songs at all.

So what do you think? What do you think will happen if Avril Lavigne moved to Universal Records next year? What do you think of Avril Lavigne moved to Universal so she can work on her pop/rock with more mature route instead of bratty songs? Sound off below!