The singer Rita Ora was ”honoured” to work for her debut album with many big producers including The-Dream, Diplo, Chase and Status, Stargate, will.i.am and Greg Kurstin.
She has worked with almost 20 people to create her first album entitled as “Ora”, which was great as it meant she could incorporate all the different varieties she grew up hearing.
She exclusively told BANG Showbiz:
”When you’re young you have so many different choices, it’s an honor to have all those different people to help you express all those different influences.
”Especially being from London you have hip-hop influences, soul influences, pop, dance, everything – and you need a writer and producer to get those across.”
Her work with group of people produced three number one singles and she is ultimately hoping to establish a relationship with one writing partner and producer to work with on a whole album.
”I would love to have, over time, to find one writer and one producer that we could do a whole album together. But as a beginner in the music industry, when you get the chance to write with all these people, you don’t want to say, ‘No, I’m not gonna take your song.’
”As long as I connect to the songs, that’s the most important thing for me, because I want people to believe what I’m singing and in order to do that, I have to believe what I’m singing in the first place.”
Her debuted album ‘ORA’ is released on 27th August, 2012.