The Roc Nation rookie sings in her new single about what it's like to live the 'roc life.'
Rita Ora sings about fame and fortune in her new track "Roc the Life". The rock-infused song starts off with percussions, but the sound is soon joined by gritty guitar strums.
She describes herself as a "prima donna" who can "kick a motherf***er to the cizzurb" in the song. She also sings that she "can't express enough how much I want it" and talks about living the "roc life." She describes her big dream even more as crooning, "Baby one day I wanna be there/ Beyond the stars like a zillionaire."
The track is a cut from her debut album, "ORA", which hasn't had a release date in the United States. The record is going to be released under Roc Nation which is also the label where Rihanna is signed to.
When asked about the album, the 21-year-old singer told Digital Spy, "It's going to be a shock, but in a good way. It brings together a few different aspects of music I've loved and listened to growing up."
"I love Little Dragon and The Vaccines, but then I love B.I.G. and TLC and Destiny's Child, so you can expect variety," she said, listing down the artists who inspired her on this album. "No Doubt was also a big influence on me while making this record, so you're going to hear all the ins and outs of those kind of genres," she added.