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Thursday, October 26, 2017

Rita Ora New Album To Be Released By March

By contrast, Rita’s second album – which is absolutely, definitely coming out, if not until March – is the result of sessions with relatively few collaborators. (...)
The album will include the recent Ed Sheeran-penned single Your Song, Rita’s most successful track for some time, as well as pensive-but-banging new single Anywhere. There is also future single Girls, to be released with Charli XCX. Girls is about “having that empowerment of sticking together, etcetera” – that “etcetera” presumably covered in the chorus lyric: “Sometimes I just wanna kiss girls, girls girls, red wine, I just wanna kiss girls”. “The song,” Rita clarifies, “represents freedom of speech of being able to love whoever you love, no matter what colour, race, sex, size, and being able to celebrate each other as females.” (...)
Ora is back on track, her new album including a song titled Soul Survivor, which will doubtless chime with the many artists who Rita says privately messaged her to tell stories of their own label woes. She rattles off some of the song’s lyrics, ending with: “I started from nothing, I’ve got nothing to lose”.

Source: The Guardian

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