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Rita Ora: 'Second album is much clearer'

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Rita Ora has spoken about her plans for her second studio album.

The singer revealed that her next LP will be more focused than her debut Ora, which reached number one on the UK album chart when it was released in August 2012.

BRIT Awards 2013 Nominations Party held at the Savoy
Featuring: Rita Ora
Where: London, United Kingdom

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Rita Ora wears Hardware LDN Jamaica leather bra in London

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"Ora was a funny situation. I was still figuring myself out. I was 18 and I'm 22 now. I was experimenting," Ora told Music News.

"This second album is more directional, much clearer. I definitely know what I want more and it's pretty straightforward with what I'm trying to say with this second album.

"It's very clear and that's why I had to make a new album. There's still elements of pop in there, but pop from when it was pop - from the Blondie, No Doubt days to turning it into my love for '90s hip-hop."

Ora is nominated for 'Best British Breakthrough' at this year's Brit Awards, as well as having two tracks in the 'Best British Single' category.

Watch Rita Ora's video for 'Radioactive' below:

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