Rita Ora recently released a new track that is included in the British singer's upcoming LP which follows her 2012's debut studio album Ora. "Your Song" which was co-written by Grammy award winner Ed Sheeran is described as an electro-pop ode to love that highlights Rita's distinctive vocals.
According to Rolling Stone, the Fifty Shades Darker actress talks about her collaboration with the "Galway Girl" singer. "Ed and I have been friends since our teens. It's brilliant to have the opportunity to collaborate with him for my first single - we definitely click creatively".
Check out some behind-the-scenes footage from the studio with Ed Sheeran and Rita's vintage inspired lyric video for "Your Song" below:
"I don't want to hear sad songs anymore, I only want to hear love songs. I found my heart up in this place tonight. Don't want to sing mad songs anymore, only want to sing your song cause your song's got me like I'm in love".
Video Courtesy: Rita Ora
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