Rita Ora has revealed the title of her next single.
Backstage at BBC Radio 2 Live in Hyde Park, Rita was interviewed by Michael Ball prior to her performance at the festival this past weekend.
Responding to Michael asking about her new song coming out, Rita replied: "I'm announcing it! I shouldn't be really, but it's at the end of the month [September]. I'm really excited, it's called Let You Love Me."
Let You Love Me is taken from Rita's upcoming second album, which she reiterated in the interview is being released in November.
Discussing what fans can expect from her much-delayed new LP, Rita told DIRECTV: "I think my fans can just expect tears, blood, sex, rock and roll, and the fulfilment of it finally happening! November is when I’m putting it out, because it’s my birthday month."
It's not been an easy ride for Rita to release the album though, which is currently untitled. A breakdown in her relationship with Calvin Harris in 2014 reportedly led to all of the songs he had produced for the project to be pulled, and then Rita entered a legal battle with her then-record label Roc Nation shortly afterwards.
"It’s been a journey! Sadly, it’s not really been positive. I’ve just had to fight so hard for this album in so many ways!"
Rita recently tied Shirley Bassey and Petula Clark as the British female solo artist with the most UK Top 10 hits on the Official Singles Chart. As well as Let You Love Me, other tracks Your Song, Anywhere, Lonely Together, For You and Girls are all expected to feature on her upcoming collection.
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