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27 May 2014, 10:29
The 'R.I.P.' star promises a big moment when she reveals the title of her second studio album.
Rita Ora has opened up about the theme of "love" on her brand new album, and says she wanted to remind fans that romance can be "really simple" if you let it be.
The 'I Will Never Let You Down' star, who has been working on the follow-up to her 2012 debut 'Ora' for the past year, says it will be a big moment when she finally reveals the title of her second record.
"When I release the title, it's going to be a big event," Rita revealed to Digital Spy over the weekend. "it's a completely separate title.
"The concept of the album is love, I mean, I know everyone knows about it, feels it, things they feel it," she explained. 'Sometimes it gets over-advertised almost, but people seem to forget that it's really simple.
"That's what I wanted to write about," Rita added.
The UK star also revealed she will be heading back to Los Angeles this week to put the finishing touches to her second album.
Previously, Rita revealed to Capital that her boyfriend Calvin Harris has worked with her on a total of four songs from the new record.