11 Times Rita Ora Was The Queen Of Collabs

  • 11 times Rita Ora was the queen of collaborations >>>

  • Rita Ora kicked off her proper chart career with a bang thanks to her first single - a collab with DJ Fresh called "Hot Right Now". A bloomin' classic.

  • Rita Ora and Wiz Khalifa teamed up for a song called "Religion" back in the Summer - it's said to be from her forthcoming album.

  • Arguably one of Rita's best ever songs, 'Doing It' with Charli XCX was criminally over-looked in the chart. Honestly, the video for this song alone deserves all the awards.

  • The stars latest team up is with the dance duo Sigma for the single "Coming Home".

  • Calvin Harris produced and wrote Rita's fourth number one "I Will Never Let You Down" when they were all loved up. Sadly, it didn't last, but the song is still a banger.

  • "Love & War" was and album track from Rita's first record "Ora" and featured the crazy talented J. Cole. How this was never a single, we will never know.

  • When Rita decided to unite with Chris Brown for the uber sexy song "Body On Me", not everybody was happy - but that didn't stop it to be a mega tune.

  • Yes, Rita Ora did a song with Conor Maynard once upon a time. It was called "Better Than You" and it was on Conor's album "Contrast". Mind blown.

  • "New York Raining" was a team up between Rita and Charles Hamilton for the TV Show "Empire" soundtrack. It was also in an advert once and so has been stuck in our heads forever.

  • How could we possibly forget this Tempah's contribution to Rita's first lead single "R.I.P.". It was iconic.

  • Probably the sexiest music video of 2015, Iggy Azalea and Rita's "Black Widow" was exactly the right to kick off the summer.

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    Owning it all along the way.

    From Charli XCX, to Chris Brown, Iggy Azalea and ex-boyfriend Calvin Harris, Rita Ora knows whats best when it comes to music collaborations.

    Don’t forget to tune in for The Ride, this time featuring Rita Ora. Sunday, January 17 at 19:00. Only on MTV.

    Thursday, 14. January 2016