The singer released 'Get Down' earlier this month as the latest single from his self-titled album, but it only reached a lowly 96 in the UK chart.
In his latest Twitter rant James puts the blame for this on radio DJs who refused to play the track, saying:
Id like to thank the radio stations that didn't blacklist my latest single.. Were there any?— James Arthur (@JamesArthur23) March 17, 2014
Meanwhile, his fans have set up a petition campaigning for radio stations to overlook James's past behaviour - including when he posted a rap online using a homophobic slur - and play his music, but it is been signed by just 650 people.
To promote the song, James made an appearance on daytime show 'This Morning' last week, where he was photographed backstage with fellow 'X Factor' star Rylan Clark looking ever-so-slightly on the orange side.
He also recently debuted his newly straight teeth after having his braces removed.
James is currently working on an EP of rap music called 'All The World's A Stage', which he is making available to his fans for free.