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30 August 2012, 12:12
The 'R.I.P.' star admits the Coldplay frontman invited her round to his house to go through the songs.
Rita Ora has confessed that enlisted the help of Coldplay's Chris Martin to pick the tracks which featured on her debut album 'ORA'.
The 'Hot Right Now' singer told the Metro that the frontman was extremely helpful and invited her around to his house to help out with the songs.
"He went through my songs and told me what he liked," she confessed to the publication. "After my final show supporting Coldplay, we all went around to his house and I played him my songs and he helped me pick the order for the album."
She continued: "He said to think of the ones that mean the most to me. He said he loved the way I perform – that I have a lot of energy."
Rita joined the band on some of their 'Mylo Xyloto' world tour shows including at London's Emirates Stadium back in June.
You can view a picture of Rita Ora at an album signing in London this week below:
The singer also recently admitted that her Roc Nation label boss Jay-Z told her that she should watch Chris Martin when he is performing live, calling it some of the best advice she's ever received.
Meanwhile, Rita partied in the capital with One Direction star Harry Styles after her concert at London's G-A-Y this past weekend.