Rita Ora roars back onto the scene with new single ‘Let You Love Me.’
The radio-ready jam is being serviced as the launch single for the star’s long awaited sophomore album ‘Phoenix’ (due November 23rd).
It follows preceding efforts ‘Your Song,’ ‘Anywhere,’ ‘Lonely Together,’ and Cardi B collaboration ‘Girls’ – all of which will also appear on Ora’s LP – her first in six years.
Has the 27-year-old nabbed her next hit? Check out ‘Let You Love Me’ below and let us know…
Sonically, the track has clearly been tailor-made to serve as a single. It’s melodically infectious (laced with hooks aplenty) and as a “production” plays to the moody Urban-meets-Electro-Pop that is dominating the airwaves at present.
For us though, the song is perhaps most impressive for its lyrical content.
Done into the ground are love songs of the same sappy ilk; with this number though, Rita puts a fresh spin on the complexities of relationships by positioning herself as the problem. A move which is unique, progressive, and altogether much more interesting.
We feel she has a possible smash on her hands. Do you?