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The British pop star released yet another new track on Friday called "Proud," making it her third major release since October, when she released her forthcoming album's second single, "Anywhere." Two weeks ago, she released her duet with former One Direction member Liam Payne, "For You" from "Fifty Shades Freed."SEE ALSO: Nick Jonas reflects on his Golden Globe nomination and songwriting journey: 'I wrote my first song when I was 8'"I love that his fans have been so supportive! "I'm not going to say 'no' to anything, because I just wanted to feel like a rapper for a second. Photo credit should read: Isabel Infantes/PA Wire (Photo by Isabel Infantes/PA Images via Getty Images)NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 06: Rita Ora and Absolut Open Mic Project inspire acceptance through music at exclusive performance during 2017 i Heart Radio Jingle Ball Tour at i Heart Radio Theater on December 6, 2017 in New York City.
The string of "Anywhere," "For You" and "Proud" comes after the highly-successful releases of "Your Song" and "Lonely Together," which she released with Avicii."I said to myself when I started making this album that I’m just going to put out as much music as I can," Ora told AOL Entertainment over the phone.
(Photo by Alexander Tamargo/Getty Images for Prada)LONDON, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 04: Rita Ora performs on stage during The Fashion Awards 2017 in partnership with Swarovski at Royal Albert Hall on December 4, 2017 in London, England.Audiences at home will then vote, live, and decide who will stay and who will go, on Boy Band, airing on THURSDAY, JULY 27 ( p.m. (Eric Mc Candless/ABC via Getty Images) RITA ORA For "Proud," Ora partnered with Absolut's Open Mic Project and crafted the song based on submissions of personal stories from her fans.The months-long collaboration resulted in an exuberant anthem that encourages acceptance, love and freedom."You make me proud, I want to tell the world about you know," she sings on the song's chorus.(Photo by Ricky Vigil/GC Images)LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 02: Rita Ora during the #GAME4GRENFELL at Loftus Road on September 2, 2017 in London, England.The charity football match has been set up to benefit those who were affected in the Grenfell Tower disaster.
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