March 15, 2014 03:24:54 GMT
The British singer says in the teaser clip that she's happy and she wants people to feel the same when listening to the 'uplifting love song.'
Rita Ora is readying the music video for "I Will Never Let You Down", a new single which will be featured in her upcoming sophomore album. On Friday, March 14, the British singer gave fans a look at her upcoming project by sharing a sneak-peek clip.
In it, Ora can be seen flashing big smiles as she rocks several colorful outfits in front of the camera. "I think it's the perfect song to launch the new album because I wanted it to be as personal as possible," she says. "I'm happy right now, I'm in a good place."
"I wanted people to see how I felt. I love the fact that this is a very uplifting love song... it has such a positive message. It's a good energetic love song," she continues and adds that she wants other people to feel "happy" when listening to her music. It's still unknown when the full video will be released.
"I Will Never Let You Down" was produced by Ora's boyfriend, Calvin Harris. She first previewed the song by performing it live when she visited a U.K. radio station in January. In an interview with the radio, she talked about her new album which will serve as the follow-up to 2012's "Ora"
"We've got some really exciting stuff with Macklemore... there's a lot of surprises on this record," she revealed.