Rita Ora Says Debut Album Artwork Is Inspired By "Being Bossy" - Video
18 April 2012, 12:25 | Updated: 18 April 2012, 12:30
The 'R.I.P.' singer is seen teasing new details about her upcoming debut solo record.
Rita Ora has treated fans to a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the photo shoot for her highly anticipated debut solo album.
The 21 year-old singer is set to release her first record later this year, and says she wants her album artwork to reflect her "bossy" and "independent" character.
"Everything was inspired by being bossy, by being independent," Rita explained in the VEVO Lift video. "We made sure that everything has character."
"I want it to be very unusual, just like my music," Rita said of the shoot. "I love the fact that my music has a lot of different genres and comes from different places, so I wanted to make sure the artwork in my album reflected that."
Rita Ora unveiled the music video for her debut single 'R.I.P.' at the start of April, which features 'Pass Out' rapper Tinie Tempah, ahead of its official release on 6th May.
Watch Rita Ora behind-the-scenes on the photo shoot for her upcoming debut album below: