AceShowbiz - Rita Ora debuts a music video for her newest single "Anywhere" soon after the song was released. It shows the British star singing at various locations in New York including Times Square, China Town, and the roof of a skyscraper. She also sings on the streets and on top of a moving vehicle.
"Time flies by when the night is young /Daylight shines on an unexposed location, location /Bloodshot eyes lookin' for the sun /Paradise, we live it, and we call it a vacation, vacation," she sings. "Over the hills and far away, a million miles from L.A /Just anywhere away with you, I know we've got to get away /Someplace where no one knows our name /We'll find the start of something new, Just take me anywhere, take me anywhere /Anywhere away with you."
"I was in a routine, working every day, and found myself day dreaming about breaking out of the city and going on a road trip with my friends and never looking back," the 26-year-old musician explains the inspiration behind the new song.
"Anywhere" is her second song in a year. She previously dropped "Your Song" which was co-written by Ed Sheeran. "Ed and I have been friends since our teens. It's brilliant to have the opportunity to collaborate with him for my first single - we definitely click creatively," she said.
Both songs are recorded for her upcoming second studio album, a long-awaited follow-up to her self-titled effort in 2012. The title and release date of the album are still kept under wraps. It was originally planned to come out sometime this year, but now it's delayed until next year. "My album will be dropping very soon," she assured fans. "I do want to say the beginning of next year but, hey, surprises do come, don't they?"
Back in 2014, she released a single called "I Will Never Let You Down" which was written and produced by her then-boyfriend Calvin Harris. After their breakup, the Scottish DJ banned her from performing the song live.