Columbia Records/Roc Nation’s newest artist Rita Ora is on the cover of the UK’s ‘Notion’ magazine. Inside the “London Love” issue, the tatted “How We Do (Party)” singer talks her journey into the music business, her time studying theatre and what it was like to work with fellow UK artists Craig David and Tinchy Stryder.
In a recent interview with Complex, the recording artist spoke out about the Rihanna comparisons that have been flying around:
I don’t know, know Rihanna. I’ve met her a few times through industry events. It’s always been perfectly cool. I don’t know what people are trying to do but I think it’s a compliment. I can’t change my face. I’ve been blonde for literally seven years. I’ve had this look for a long time. When my music comes out, I think this will all go away. When you recognize something and you start acknowledging the important shit, I feel like it’s just going to go away. But right now, it’s a compliment. I really like that comparison because she’s hot and she’s doing her thing. I’d rather be compared to her than someone rubbish.” [SOURCE]
Check out some pictures from her feature. Also, peep a clip from her interview with VEVO LIFT’s ‘Stylized’ UK web series, where she talks about her style and fashion sense.