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Rita Ora teases her new album: 'I feel I have something to contribute now'

Songstress Rita Ora has revealed that she's looking forward to releasing her new record because she feels as though she has something authentic to contribute to the world. 

During a new interview with Billboard, the 'Body On Me' sensation confessed that everything is going well for her right now and she's excited about her forthcoming new album, which was recorded in her home city:

"I'm very proud of where I'm at in the moment. I recorded it all in London because I wanted to keep my roots from where I grew up and I sat down and [had] a brainstorm to make sure my message comes across."

Ora went onto talk about the pressure that comes with being a recording artist: "It's always there. It's just in my subconscious at all times -- that's the world we live in unfortunately. So I try not to focus on that and just do the best at what I can do."

She added: "I was 18 when I did my first album; I'm 24 now. I was a fan of music before, and I really enjoyed being in the studio and making music about partying, but I wasn't ready to offer my own interpretation or creative vision of music. I feel I have to contribute something now."

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