Posted March 20, 2014 by Unique in Media

Rita Ora Reveals Guest Apperences On New Album And Shares What’s it Like Having Jay Z As A Boss

It’s been almost two years since the 23-year-old Roc Nation signed Brit released her self-titled debut album and now with her sophomore album on the way Rita Ora say’s she’s finally ready to take on the U.S.  As she tells Paper Magazine:

Conquering America for a U.K. artist is incredible because that’s what everybody wants and dreams about, so yeah, I am a bit nervous. I am a bit scared, I’ll be honest.

Although her debut album was never released in the U.S. the sophomore project is set to arrive in the states this summer. The Radioactive singer also spoke on her current boyfriend Calvin Harris producing the first single “I will Never Let You Down” and working with Grammy winning artist Macklemore and the legend himself Prince.

As she spoke on getting a call from Prince:

We did a few tracks together. I flew to Minneapolis and went to Paisley Park, which is like his iconic studios and we just made music. I was there for a week. It was the best thing I have ever done in my life

The singer also shed light on her bond with mentor Jay Z:

It’s more of a brother-sister relationship really. He really cares about me and it’s nice to see a boss who also really wants you to succeed and he’s really doing everything in his power to make this perfect. 

You can read the full interview over on PAPER Mag.

[Rap-Up/PAPER Mag]