Rita Ora is already a hot topic for many people despite not having an album out yet. Unfortunately, it isn’t over her latest single “How We Do (Party),” but rather being romantically linked to TV reality show star Rob Kardashian and music star Drake.
Roc Nation newcomer Rita Ora gave fans a “Lift” recently with a live performance of her latest single “How We Do (Party).” The Pop/R&B songstress teamed with VEVO LIFT for a live performance over the weekend with a sold-out show at G.A.Y club in her home city of London.
Roc Nation’s darling, Rita Ora, tore down NYC’s SOBs Wednesday (April 25) in her first showcase as an artist. Her bubbly personality and genuine sincerity made for great entertainment between songs but her voice stood out most as she performed tracks from her upcoming debut album.
Rita Ora gathers a bunch of friends and party like it was her last in her newly released music video for the single “How We Do (Party).” In the fun and catchy clip, directed by Marc Klasfeld, Ora gets colorful and edgy as she enjoys the fun times in life.
Roc Nation’s Rita Ora just released a nine-second teaser clip for her video for her single “How We Do (Party).” Yes, precisely nine-seconds long, so don’t expect to see too much.
Newcomer Rita Ora continue to showcase her God given talent. The buzzing Roc Nation songstress recently teamed up with Vevo Lift UK to showcase her vocal abilities during an acoustic session.
Rita Ora shows that she’s a singer first in her latest promotional spot. The Roc Nation newcomer performed her latest single “R.I.P.” live in studio for 4Music’s show The Crush and we like the results.
Roc Nation newcomer Rita Ora Is America’s latest British invasion, but before she begins to occupy the charts, she’s taking full advantage of home. The “R.I.P.” singer is the latest cover girl on UK’s Sunday Times style magazine.
Roc Nation newcomer Rita Ora releases her much awaited music video for her latest single R.I.P. In the clip, which is enhanced by fellow British rapper Tinie Tempah, Ora does a visual cleansing, retiring the old her as she sings, “R.I.P. to the girl you use to see, her days are over, baby she’s over.”