In 2013, Thorne signed to Hollywood Records and announced that she’d have a debut album that was heavily pop inspired by Britney Spears and Destiny’s Child. However, in 2014, Thorne’s debut album was canceled, allegedly because she wasn’t happy with the sound. She did release a 5-song EP, Jersey, a collection of vaguely Kesha-sounding songs including “Call It Whatever,” which ended up rising to number 10 on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs. She signed to Epic Records over the summer, and is recording under her own label, Filthy Fangs, under the management of Irv Gotti. (Yes, that Irv Gotti.)