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27 February 2013, 13:55
The 'Shine Ya Light' singer says she has already started work on the follow-up to last year's 'ORA'.
Rita Ora has revealed she will record her new album in secret, to avoid fans having any idea the type of sound they can expect from her new material.
The 'R.I.P.' singer, who released debut 'ORA' in 2012, also reveals when fans can expect to hear the record and how it will be different from her successful debut.
"Well, me and Sony have come up with a great plan to do an album really kind of, it's almost like doing it in secret," Rita revealed to Digital Spy recently. "Obviously everyone knows I'm doing an album but I don't want anybody to even have a clue of what it's going to sound like.
"I just want it to come out," the pop star explained. "I think that was the problem with the last album.
"I think everybody knew what was coming so this album is all about being almost in secret.
Check out a picture of Rita Ora performing live at Paris Fashion Week below (Credit: PA):
The 'Party & BS (How We Do)' went on to reveal that she has already started work on the record and teased when fans can expect to get their hands on it.
"It's going to be [out] this year, I don't really want any gaps," Rita added. "But it's all in due time."
On Tuesday (26th February) Rita gave a live performance at Paris Fashion Week at the ETAM show, where she wore a bright red minidress and gladiator style sandal shoes designed by Jimmy Choo.
Rita Ora recently finished her 'Radioactive' UK tour up and down the country.