Rita Sahatçiu Ora is an English singer, songwriter and actress. She rose to fame in February 2012 when she appeared on DJ Fresh's single "Hot Right Now", which reached number one in the UK. Her debut studio album, Ora, released in August 2012, dominated the UK. The album features the UK's number one single, "R.I.P." and "How we do it". Ora is the artist with the most number one singles on the UK Singles Chart in 2012, with 3 singles reaching number one. Ora's second studio album, Phoenix, was released in November 2018. The lead single, "Your Song" entered the UK top 10, and subsequent singles "Anywhere" and "Let You Love Me" entered the UK top five. "Let You Love Me" made Ora the first UK solo artist to have thirteen songs in the UK.
|Born||Rita Sahatçiu, November 26, 1990, Pristina, SFR Yugoslavia|
|Occupation||Singer, songwriter, actress|
|Relatives||Besim Sahatçiu (grandfather)|
Singer, songwriter, and actress who gained fame after her debut album reached #1 on the UK Billboard charts, its hit songs included "Hot Right Now" and "How We Do (Party)." In 2015, she played the character Mia Grey in the film Fifty Shades of Grey.
She attended the Sylvia Young Theatre School and appeared on Craig David's single "Awkward.".
She worked with artists such as Drake and Kanye West on her debut album and became the artist with the most U.K. #1 singles of 2012. Her second album Phoenix features her hits "Anywhere," "Let You Love Me" and "For You" with Liam Payne.
Her parents are named Vera and Besnik. She has a sister named Elena and a brother named Don. In July 2017, she began dating Tyrone Wood. She previously dated Rob Kardashian, Calvin Harris, and Bruno Mars. She also had an on-and-off relationship with Andrew Watt. In 2021, she became romantically linked to director Taika Waititi.
She collaborated with Sofía Reyes and Anitta on the 2019 hit song "R.I.P.".
The Yugoslavs emigrated to the United Kingdom. Roc Nation artists. Meo-sopranos in English. British singer-songwriter. Sylvia Young Theatrical School Alumni. Feminists. British pop singer. Feminist musicians. London singer