Lily Allen tours the UK in November and December
Lily Allen has said that she has "no plans to make another album" and that she has not renegotiated her recording contract with her label EMI.
Writing on her blog, the 24-year-old singer said: "The days of me making money from recording music has been and gone as far as I'm concerned."
However, a spokesperson for Allen said: "She is not quitting pop music."
Allen currently has live performances booked until the end of the year including a full UK tour.
So far Allen has released two number one albums, 2006's Alright, Still and this year's It's Not Me, It's You.
Writing further on her blog she added: "I don't (at this point) stand to profit from legislation. Except future purchases of previously recorded material (which wont be much)."
The blog posting has now been removed but a spokesperson confirmed that it was genuine.
Lily Allen this morning said she has taken the blog down saying, "the abuse was getting too much".
The Fear singer has recently been involved in a debate over illegal file-sharing, labelling it a "disaster".
She confirmed that she will not attend Thursday's FAC (Featured Artists Coalition) meeting in London to discuss the rights of recording artists saying, "it's going to be a press frenzy and I don't want to detract from the issues".
The singer first waded into the argument over file-sharing on 15 September saying it had a "dangerous effect" on British music.
Her comments were directed at the FAC which features members of Radiohead and Pink Floyd.
Since then, other artists have backed Allen's stance against illegal file-sharing include James Blunt, Gary Barlow and Muse's Matt Bellamy.