Rita Ora no longer has to share a room with her sister: "I don't even have to be quiet"
Rising star Rita Ora has opened up about the perks of making a name for herself as a songstress working under the supervision of rap sensation and music mogul Jay-Z.
During an interview with GQ magazine, the 'R.I.P.' hitmaker explained that she's recently become more self-sufficient and has been able to move out on her own, which means no more sharing bedrooms with siblings:
"I shared a room with my sister and I had to not make noise when she was sleeping. Now I have my own place, it's like - I don't even have to be quiet."
She also admitted that moving to the USA to work on her debut album, 'Ora', taught her a lot as it was similar to leaving home for university: "I had a flat in Brooklyn and it was definitely like being at uni but I did it in the states - I was underage! Roc Nation is like my uni."
Watch Ora's VEVO 'Stripped' interview below:
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