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19 May 2013, 11:04
The 'Radioactive' singer has hinted that her relationship with the US star has inspired some of her new music.
Rita Ora has hinted that she will address her heavily publicised split from reality star Rob Kardashian on a song from her new album.
The 'R.I.P.' singer is currently writing and recording the follow-up to her 2012 debut 'ORA', and says some of the new songs are about a "really s****y relationship" she had during her rise to fame last year.
Rita is widely known to have dated Keeping Up With The Kardashians star Rob in 2012 for several months before the two ended their romance, with Rob posting a controversial tirade about the UK singer-songwriter on Twitter.
"My next album is about me being 22, growing up in this industry really fast and being in a really s****y relationship," Rita explained to The Sun this past week. "And all the s**t I had to deal with.
"I'm not used to seeing my name in the newspapers," the 'Shine Ya Light' singer admitted.
Before she returns with new music later this year Rita is set to release 'Face Melt' as the third single from 'ORA', after debuting a remix music video for the song last week that features her best friend Cara Delevingne.
Check out a picture of Rita and Cara in the video for 'Face Melt' below (Credit: Hunger TV):
Rita Ora is now widely known to be in a relationship with Scottish DJ and producer Calvin Harris, after the pair went public at a Daft Punk album launch party in London.