La relazione di Rita Ora con il collega britannico Calvin Harris continua a essere un punto controverso dopo tutti questi anni. Dopo essersi frequentati pubblicamente per un po ‘di tempo, Harris ha rivelato che la coppia si era separata nel 2014. “Per affrontare la speculazione, io e Rita abbiamo concluso la nostra relazione qualche tempo fa”, ha scritto (tramite Insider). “È una donna bellissima e di talento e le auguro tutto il meglio”.

At that point, it had been two years since Ora released a follow-up to her debut album "Ora," and it wouldn't be until 2018 that her second LP, "Pheonix," hit the charts. Rumors suggest Harris had helped produce another record for Ora that never saw the light of day. Now, the Scottish star is finally addressing the rumors. 

Calvin Harris says he's not the reason for Rita Ora's shelved album

In a clip from an upcoming interview of Rita Ora on the BBC Two series "Louis Theroux Interviews," the singer speaks about her rocky relationship with her former record label, Roc Nation (via Yahoo). The singer addressed her frustration with the label and her rumored beef with Rihanna, and through a chain of events, Calvin Harris finally commented on the "shelved" album he produced for Ora. 

"I was recording for two or three years straight," she explained. "I felt really disappointed like I'd let them down." When asked if her rumored rival Rihanna, who is signed to the same label, was the reason for this, Ora couldn't confirm or deny it. "I can't speak for other people, but I think publicly they always put women against each other," she said, adding, "I've been nothing but a fan and respectful of her, and I always will be."

As clips from the interview began to hit the web, one fan had quite the hot take, suggesting that if Ora's mythical second album produced by Harris hadn't been "torpedoed," she would have become one of the biggest pop stars in the world. Harris took notice of the tweet, finally putting a nail in the coffin of rumors that he had produced an album that had to be scrapped by the star. "Entire thing is a myth," he wrote. "There is one unreleased song I worked on and it isn't good."

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