Rita Ora Covers Sunday Times Style, Talks Rihanna ComparisonSunday, April 08, 2012
In a recent interview with That Grape Juice, The Kosovo-born singer opened to about why she has her own identity.
"Well, how Rita stands out from the pack I think is that I’m very honest with my music," she says. "I don’t really hide behind my lyrics. I don’t really sing something that I don’t believe in or that is not going to happen or that I want to happen, so it’s all things that I really believe in. There are no boundaries to my music; if I want to a reggae song, I’ll do a reggae song tomorrow. I feel like I want to embrace music to its fullest potential and want everyone to have fun with it and realize you can escape for three minutes.
Ora also touched on her label-mate Rihanna, insisting she's happy with any comparisons. "I take it as such a compliment because we’re from the same team and family so it’s an obvious comparison but it’s a cool one. She’s so cool and she’s the best at what she does. It’s a compliment more than anything," she says.
Watch the full interview below...