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3 January 2013, 10:54
The 'Shine Ya Light' singer says some of her "Roc Nation family" will feature on the new edition of her album.
Rita Ora has promised some "surprise" appearances on her upcoming US debut album and has hinted that some stars from her "Roc Nation family" could be featured on the new record.
The 'R.I.P.' singer released her international debut 'ORA' in late 2012 and will launch her debut alongside some brand new tracks later this year, hinting that the likes of label boss Jay-Z or label mate Rihanna could be in the running for a guest spot.
"Yes there is. There's a few surprises," Rita promised in a new interview with MTV News. "I don't want to give them away, but it's definitely in the Roc [Nation] family."
The 'Shine Ya Light' singer says that for her UK and international fans who have already heard 'ORA', the US edition will be like a whole new album because of the extra material she is planning to include.
"2012 is really important for me because it's gonna be the first time the U.S. hears my official album and I wanted to put a few extra tracks on there and make it really special," Rita revealed. "So I'm basically giving you guys a whole new album of new material."
"So to the world it'll be like a second album, but to you guys it'll be like a first album," she added. There's a lot of kind of plans and ideas that are gonna come out in 2013."
Check out a picture of Rita Ora celebrating New Years with friends earlier this week below (Credit: Twitter):
Singer-songwriter Rita has also been linked to the role of a villain in the brand new Fast & Furious film starring Vin Diesel and Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson.
Rita Ora is set to kick off her new 'Radioactive' tour at the end of this month starting at the Manchester Academy on 28th January.