Country music superstar Garth Brooks and Capitol Records Nashville have mutually agreed to end their longtime relationship, Billboard.com reports.
Even though he retired after the release of his 2001 album, "Scarecrow," Brooks remained on the Capital roster, Billboard.com said.
In a statement, EMI, the parent company of Capital, said neither side demanded nor took any money to terminate the contract.
"We wish him all the best for the future," Capital Nashville President and Chief Executive Officer Mike Dungan said in a statement.
Brooks is engaged to marry fellow country artist Trisha Yearwood.