Congratulations are in order for Rita Ora!
For the Pop star’s sophomore album ‘Phoenix’ has just ascended to a major milestone.
Today brought with it the announcement that the project has officially been certified Gold in the UK.
Released in November 2018, the LP was Ora’s first in six years and arrived after a lengthy spell away from the album chart (due to a legal wrangle with her former label).
With past dramas in rearview, the singer stormed the singles chart with smash after smash including ‘Your Song,’ ‘Anywhere,’ ‘Lonely Together,’ and ‘For You’ – all of which are housed on ‘Phoenix.’
Ora’s most recent offering is ‘Only Want You,’ which was released to coincide with her ‘Phoenix Tour.’
Moving forward, we’d love to see her squeeze what’s left out of this campaign and keep the new music a’coming. Even if that means a new album this year.
First of all I hate when you guys don’t specify on the headline where She went gold. Of course she went gold in the UK in only 100,000 to get the certificatation. Why not mention how she’s still failing in America! I will say She went plastic in America but no one says anything about that!!
Then be a bloody hater you -> F****** GULLIBLE AMERICANS…she works her a*** off and made millions ???…than your S***** POOR BROKE ASS LOSER!
Congratulations Rita! I love the album.
Gold after 4 months is nothing to celebrate. And what other major territories has the album been certified in? (Tumbleweed)