Rita Ora Songs Ranked

Rita Sahatçiu Ora (born Rita Sahatçiu; 26 November 1990) is a British singer, songwriter, and actress. She rose to prominence in February 2012 when she featured on DJ Fresh’s single “Hot Right Now”, which reached number one in the UK. Her debut studio album, Ora, released in August 2012, debuted at number one in the United Kingdom. The album contained the UK number-one singles, “R.I.P.” and “How We Do (Party)”. Ora was the artist with the most number-one singles on the UK Singles Chart in 2012, with three singles reaching the top position. Ora’s second studio album, Phoenix, was released in November 2018. The lead single, “Your Song”, reached the UK top ten, and the subsequent singles “Anywhere” and “Let You Love Me” reached the top five in the UK. “Let You Love Me” made Ora the first British female solo artist to have thirteen top ten songs in the United Kingdom. Here are all of Rita Ora’s songs ranked.

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10. I Will Never Let You Down (I Will Never Let You Down, 2014)

“Love this song! the only thing is Calvin Harris and Rita broke up, ’cause he’s very talented and could write a lot of wonderful songs for her. But may be they’ll stay friends/professionals and collaborate more in the future.”

9. Girls (Phoenix, 2018)

“Terrific music selections, a unique sound, and a blend of a pop beat with electronic orchestrations, Rita has a superb and full voice, melodic and strong.”

8. R.I.P. (Now That’s What I Call Music! 82, 2012)

“Love the lyrics, and she even sounds original. Her voice is amazingly great. This is Rita’s best song. I love it very much. A great act for sure.”

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7. Body On Me (Body On Me, 2015)

“Very catchy R&B tune. Rita has a great R&B voice and it fits perfectly with Chris Brown’s vocals. Great song! Can’t get it out of your head once you hear it.”

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6. Your Song (Phoenix, 2018)

“It’s blatantly obvious that Ed Sheeran is one of the writers on this song; a lot of the lyrics and melodies are reminiscent of his writing style, and this isn’t a good thing as I consider him a mediocre songwriter at best. That being said, I do quite enjoy this song for what it is, which is a catchy and uplifting pop song with a somewhat memorable hook and cheesy lyrics.”

5. Hot Right Now (Hot Right Now, 2012)

“I love how when this song came out, the D&B scene and mainly the Dubstep scene took off in America (and the world) a couple months before and lots of people got into it because they thought it was “cool” and there was hype around it at the time. The irony of it all.”

Rita ORA Phoenix (Deluxe Edition) Vinyl at Juno Records.

4. Lonely Together (Lonely Together (Remixes), 2017)

“As a songwriter and a composer, Avicci was tops. Why he took his life, who knows? The lyrics have a theme. They are coherent, way above standard dance song level. The beat is chill, but it is still energetic.”

3. Let You Love Me (Phoenix, 2018)

“It’s always in my head. The chorus repeat in my head again and again. Love this song! This song is the best I’ve ever listened so far”

2. How We Do (Party) (Ora, 2012)

“Rita Ora is a virus. Her laughter is contagious, and her drop dead blonde bombshell good looks and voice could put any man in a terminal state. What’s not to love about this Yugoslavian born mezzo-soprano? Unless of course you just can’t stand a sultry resonating voice asking you to put your arms around her. Don’t look for deep philosophical meaning behind the lyrical content and don’t expect Eric Clapton style guitar riffs, even though Rita cites Eric as one of her many musical influences.”

How We Do (Party) - Wikipedia

1. Anywhere (Phoenix, 2018)

“Another amazing single from Rita Ora! I am SO happy that she was able to switch to a new label that is FINALLY giving her the attention she deserves! Plus Rita seems much happier than she did at her previous label. If you like this song & haven’t already heard her previous single ‘Your Song’ then be sure to check that out because it’s an amazing song that really grew on me (I literally can’t get enough of it now lol). I seriously cannot wait for Rita to drop her new album that she has been hard at work on! Hopefully it drops in the next couple of months but regardless of when it drops I will be waiting patiently because I know great music can’t be rushed! All in all I highly recommend this song to any/everyone (same w/ her other new/previous single ‘Your Song’). “