Rita Ora’s New Single “Your Song” Is Actually Here: Listen

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The former Fifth Harmony member pulls all the stops for her solo debut single.

Rita Ora has finally released a new single. Three years after “I Will Never Let You Down,” after multiple delays, comes “Your Song,” co-written by Ed Sheeran and Steve Mac. With good friend Ed being involved, “Your Song” initially seemed like it would be a ballad. Instead, though, Rita’s comeback song is a midtempo, electro-pop song about a long night out gone surprisingly right. Consider “Your Song” her version of “Shape of You.”

“Don’t wanna sing mad songs anymore / I only want to hear your song / ’cause your song has got me feeling fine,” she sings, before declaring she’s in love.

“Your Song” is Rita’s first single off her Atlantic Records debut and follow-up to 2012’s Ora, which wasn’t released in the United States. The pop star and America’s Next Top Model host has worked with Nile Rodgers and Stargate, while also taking charge of her new music. “I wrote everything on this record, it’s all live music, obviously mixed with some great beats,” she said to Billboard, adding, “It’s the first time I’ve ever been proud of my music.”

Listen to Rita Ora’s “Your Song” below.

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