The campaign for Rita Ora‘s second studio album has been quite the roller-coaster.
Initially due last year, the project was taken back to the drawing board after a public fall-out with ex boyfriend/producer Calvin Harris. This, despite the set yielding the chart-topping single ‘I Will Never Let You Down.’
In the twelve months that have passed since the drama, the 24-year-old has kept busy with countless endorsements, high profile features, acting gigs on the big and small screen, and a coaching role on The Voice UK.
Musically, though, it finally looks as if Ora is ready to roll with her LP.
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