NEO-ROOTS singer Etana says she will part ways with VP Records after her next album for the Queens, New York label. While she did not give specifics about the proposed split, Etana hinted at inadequate promotion for her album, Better Tomorrow, as being among the reasons. Released in February by VP, a lot was expected for Better Tomorrow, her third album. The company also distributed Etana's previous albums. She is the latest artiste to express dissatisfaction with VP, a Jamaica-owned label credited with breaking dancehall in the United States during the 1990s.