Rita Ora drops new visuals for “Facemelt”, off her debut album ORA.
Rita Ora took the stage at the Highline Ballroom in NYC Monday night to perform tracks off her debut album, Ora. During her show, she surprised the crowd, which included Roc Nation bossman Jay-Z, and sang a cover of golden boy Kendrick Lamar’s “Swimming Pools (Drank).”
Directed by Syndrome
Roc Nation’s Rita Ora takes you to outer space and far away from her recent twitter drama, which involved 20 dudes and a very bitter male Kardashian, for her new video “Radioactive” off her debut album ORA. Lots of legs in this futuristic visual.
Rita Ora stopped by Jimmy Kimmel last night to promote her new album Ora, and she performed a new single “Shine Ya Light”.
New music from Rita Ora ft. J.Cole “Love & War” off her debut album Ora, which drops on August 27th.
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Download: Rita Ora ft. J Cole – Love & War
“You can see the potential. When she enters the room, it changes,” said Mr. Carter. “And that presence, you can’t duplicate that. Especially at such a young age. It was just infectious to me that she loves this. She’s driven in that way.”
Caught up with Rita Ora while she was in L.A. Talked about her new album, working with Jay-Z, and signing to Roc Nation.
Mando sat down with Roc Nation’s Rita Ora and discussed a slew of things including who she’s dating (and keeps denying), whether she would collab with Rihanna, Instagram and her obsession with hot sauce.
Want to hear a funny story? Well, I arrived early (which is really ten minutes late) to Rita Ora‘s show so I decided to have dinner with my friend across the street from the venue. I made it back on total Hollywood time and she was getting off the stage. Fail. Viper Room sets start on time. Lesson learned.
Anywho, I heard she did a great job! Check out the recap, courtesy of Rap-Up, of her paying tribute to her idol, Beyonce, and performing her singles above and after jump.
Rita Ora is on point with her whole look. Check out Rita’s stylish video for her latest single, “R.I.P.” featuring Tinie Tempah.
Directed by Emil Nava.