British pop singer Rita Ora plans to make her mark on America with the release of her debut album, ORA, featuring singles How We Do (Party) and R.I.P (with Tinie Tempah), but the album has now been released in her native UK.
Guest features on ORA include J. Cole and will.i.am, while production is provided by Major Lazer, Stargate, The-Dream, The Runners and more.
There is no current release date for her Roc Nation/Columbia release Stateside, but keep it locked to The DJBooth for updates and more new music from Ora's debut.
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