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24 July 2012, 13:58
The 'R.I.P.' star shares pictures of herself in the studio finalising work on her debut solo album.
Rita Ora has unveiled the studio version of an upcoming album song called 'Roc The Life' while wrapping work on her debut record 'ORA' in the recording studio.
The 21 year-old singer is set to release her first album next month following the success of her Tinie Tempah collaboration 'R.I.P.' and DJ Fresh team-up 'Hot Right Now.
"Roc the Life @MRTeriusNash here it is ladies and gentlemen #ORA enjoy," Rita tweeted yesterday alongside a link to the newly unveiled song.
"Finishing touches to #ORA #LA," Rita also posted, alongside some pictures of herself in the studio this week. "MUSIC + THE STUDIO = HAPPY (you'll see why I'm smiling in just a few days) #excited."
Check out a picture of Rita Ora in the recording studio wrapping work on her album 'ORA' below (Credit: Twitter):
Rita has also been collaborating with several artists in recent months having confirmed she will feature on a track from Conor Maynard's upcoming debut album 'Contrast' as well as The Wanted confirming she has worked with them on a track for their next record.
View a picture of Rita Ora at the piano while finalising her debut album below (Credit: Twitter):
Rita Ora will release new single 'Party & BS (How We Do)' on 12th August before launching her debut album 'ORA" on 27th August here in the UK.
Listen to Rita Ora's new unveiled song 'Roc The Life' below (Warning: Explicit Language):