Rita Ora, born in Pristina, grew up in West London and started singing at a very young age. She attended Theatre School and soon started to sing in bars in and around London. She was featured in music videos and advertisements until she was discovered by Jay-Z who signed her to Roc Nation. She made her debut in the late 2000s, quickly rising to the top of the U.K. charts with her debut album «Ora». Even after years of label issues threatened to halt her career, she remained in the charts and issued the triumphant sophomore effort «Phoenix» in 2018. Already certified Silver, «Phoenix» has already received a staggering 330M streams in the UK alone.
Other global hits include «Lonely Together», a collaboration with the late musician, DJ and producer, Avicii, «Anywhere» and «For You and Girl», each earning domestic and international success. Rita recently entered the official chart history books, breaking a record held for 30 years. The singer’s release, «Let You Love Me», became her 13th Top 10 hit, meaning Rita set a new UK chart record for the most Top 10 singles by a British female artist.