She first rose to the top of the charts with hits like R.I.P featuring Tinie Tempah in 2012.
Now Rita Ora is back performing on a brand new tune of the same name, only this time she has teamed up with the likes Sofia Reyes and Anitta for the female anthem.
The rhythmic song features the ladies in a give-and-take, trade-off style vocals in English, Spanish and Portuguese.
Pretty in pink: Rita Ora dazzled in a new video for R.I.P
The video is set in a colorful and mysterious jungle with each of the stars donning sexy ensembles, while the song talks about being done with the lies that they’ve experienced in previous relationships.
The women take turns delivering lines like: ‘Don’t know what’s going on (pero me siento peligrosa)’, which the last phrase translates to ‘but I feel dangerous.’
They join together for a catchy chorus where they bid farewell to all the relationship drama.
‘R-R-R-R.I.P. to the bull****… Brush it off like cool whip… Raise ’em up to the ceiling… ‘Cause I know that you feel, that you feel me,’ the stars belt out.
Stunner: Rita rocked a plunging pink number filled with fringe
Alluring: Rita gave a sensual dance during the video
Female power: Rita and Anitta are featured on the new song by Sofia Reyes
Wild dancers: The video is set in a colorful and mysterious jungle
Striking: The British star donned platinum blonde hair for the video
‘So happy to be apart of this one,’ Ora tweeted about the release of the new video.
‘RIP w/ the amazing @SoSofiaReyes and @Anitta RIP to the BS ❤️out now!! Thank you so much @spotify @apple and all of you for supporting! I hope you vibes with this as much as we do! Ladies stand up!’
The British star also took to Instagram to promote the new song.
Multi-cultural: The rhythmic song features the ladies trading off vocals in English, Spanish and Portuguese while dressed in colorful and revealing ensembles
Fierece ladies: The Mexican-born Reyes is known for her upbeat bilingual lyrics; like Reyes, the Brazilian-born Anitta was discovered on YouTube
She began with: ‘No me duele decirte que Im so done with you” which translates to ‘It does not hurt to tell you Im so done with you,’ which a a clear reference to the song lyrics.
‘I loved working with you beautiful women @sofiareyes @anitta! R.I.P. is out now!!’
The Mexican-born Reyes was discovered on YouTube, and is known for her upbeat bilingual lyrics.
Smooth deliveries: Ora previously released a hit song of the same R.I.P. title that featured Tinie Tempah in 2012
Promo mode: Ora promoted the release of the new music video with a shout-out on Twitter
Lean back: The ladies leaned back in unison for the video
Conga line! The dancers performed a conga dressed in festive gear
Flawless: Rita looked flawless with minimal makeup