British singer, Rita Ora, answered questions surrounding the nagging comparisms to the likes of Beyonce and Rihanna she endures from the media, saying she takes no offence.
Speaking with HuffPost, the singer touched on the uniqueness of her own craft, “I am my own person. I’ve always love to be my own person. I’m from a little town, I’m from London, I love to sing and love to do my own things” she said.
The ‘Poison‘ hit maker further declared she is unfazed by the comparisons, as she is confident of herself. She declared, “It all starts with your security… When you are secured about yourself it doesn’t really matter who you get compared to. Everyone gets compared to someone else when you first start and no, I don’t take it as an offence …because these artistes I’m being compared to are incredible”
On the expectations from her album which is set to drop later in the year, Rita expressed “it’s one of my most personal works I’ve ever done and it’s about female relationships“.
During the course of the interview, the Roc Nation artist also shared the host’s sentiments that female artistes should stop being pit against one another by the media.