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“R.I.P.” is a song by Mexican singer Sofía Reyes, featuring British singer Rita Ora and Brazilian singer Anitta. The song was released on 15 March 2019 by Warner Music Latina, accompanied by its music video.

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“Ritual” is a song by Dutch DJ Tiësto, British record producer Jonas Blue and Rita Ora. On 27 May 2019, the song was officially announced by Blue and Ora on their social media. It was simultaneously made available for pre-save on iTunes and Spotify. On 28 May, Ora further teased the song by posting a picture of herself and lyrics of the song.

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“Carry On” is a song by Norwegian producer Kygo and Rita Ora, released as a standalone single for the 2019 film, Pokémon Detective Pikachu. The song plays during the end credits of the film. It was released as a single on 19 April 2019, through RCA Records. The music video was released on the same day.

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“Only Want You” is a song featured on her second studio album Phoenix (2018). A remixed version, featuring American singer 6lack, was released on 1 March 2019 as the fifth single from the album. The song initially charted in the UK in November 2018, following the release of the album. After being released as a single, the song reached a new peak of number 60 in 2019.

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“Let You Love Me” is a song released on 21 September 2018 as the fourth single from her second studio album, Phoenix (2018). The music video was released on the same day. The song reached the top ten in eighteen countries, including the United Kingdom where it peaked at number four.

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“GIRLS” is the third official single from Rita Ora’s upcoming album. The song featuring American rapper Cardi B, American singer Bebe Rexha and British singer Charli XCX tackles themes of female empowerment, self-love, and bisexuality.

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“For You” is a song by Liam Payne and Rita Ora, for the soundtrack to the film Fifty Shades Freed (2018). It was released on 5 January 2018 as the lead single from the soundtrack. The music video was released on 26 January 2018.

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“Anywhere” is a song by Rita Ora. It was released on 20 October 2017 as the second single from Ora’s upcoming second studio album. It is a wistful, dance-pop and electropop love song about escapism, featuring a breakdown of stuttering vocal loops.

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“Your Song” is a song by Rita Ora. It was released on 26 May 2017 as the lead single from her upcoming second studio album. On 22 June 2017, the official music video for “Your Song” was released on Ora’s YouTube channel.

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  2015/06/15
Photos/Video: Rita on the cover of Marie Claire
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Rita Ora Marie Claire by ritaorasource

Rita Ora has a plan. The magazine covers, fashion (Roberto Cavalli) and beauty (Rimmel London) endorsements, clothing line with Adidas Originals, campaign with Coca-Cola, even performing a nominated song (“Grateful”) at the Oscars are all testimony that the plan is working. “Oh, it is in full effect. We’re these conniving Kosovan hungry bitches,” Ora says of herself and her older sister, Elena Sahatçiu, who is also her manager. “I knew that one way or another, I was going to do things my way.”

On playing the house diva behind the turntables while her parents thought she was going to sleepovers: “I would rip my T-shirts and be really punk and not clean. And I would have blonde hair, really dark eyebrows, red lipstick, lots of fake rings that made my fingers go green. I wouldn’t be smelling that great…. But me and my friends, we were really, like, rebel-y. I feel like I lived a lot when I shouldn’t have.”

On dating: “I’m afraid of being alone. I’m not afraid to admit that, you know. I’m not embarrassed to admit that. I just hope it’s not a never-ending cycle. Sometimes love just makes you feel crazy. And that feeling that we have as girls, just to have that feeling, even for five seconds, it’s like crack. I mean, don’t compare it to that, but you know what I mean. It’s like comfort eating.”

On her recent breakup: “There was a reason why I split up with him. And there was a reason why I’m at this point in my life where I feel like I have so much musical freedom, and I don’t have to explain myself to anybody… It was more of a thing where I was in awe. I was at that point in my relationship where I felt he could do no wrong. I thought he had my back and that he’d never steer me wrong. But then “I Will Never Let You Down” came out, and everything started to go a bit weird. I don’t know if it was because business was mixed with personal or what.”

On playing a drug addict who attempts to seduce a boxer played by Jake Gyllenhaal in Southpaw: “I arrived on the set, and the makeup artist said, ‘You’re kind of ready to go onstage.’ I’m like, ‘You know I’m playing a crack whore?’ Which shows: Don’t look at me when I’m waking up.”

On recording three songs with Prince: “He came to London about a year ago and his manager contacted my management, and he said, ‘Hey, Prince is in town.’ I was like, ‘What prince? Like the royal family prince? I wouldn’t care about that prince. I care more about actual Prince Prince.’ And he was like, ‘Actual Prince.’ I said, ‘Oh, my God!'”

On patience: “I’ve had to have a lot of patience. Because there have been times at night where I want to pull my hair out and just put my music out for free on the Internet and just say fuck everybody. But then I have this conscience saying no, be smart, be strategic. There are ways of doing things and still getting your way. If I’m going to do Rita Ora, it’s going to be Rita fucking Ora. It’s not about who is on my album or who’s featured or the names. It’s about a solid body of work that I can call my own.

Read the full interview—and see all the photos—in the July issue of Marie Claire, on newsstands June 23.


 

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