Roc The Life


  • Ora penned this tribute to Las Vegas with Rihanna/Beyoncé producer The-Dream in ten minutes. "I'm off the chain, you've gotta love it," she croons. "I can't express enough how bad I want it. Baby one day I wanna be there. Beyond the stars like a zillionaire." Ora told The Sun: "It's such a crazy city, my favourite city I've been to and we wrote the song while partying."
  • According to a track-by-track tweeted by Ora, the song title explains how her life was changed when she was signed by Roc nation for life.
  • The song's music video is made up of footage from Ora's 2012 UK tour and sees cameos from the likes of Rizzle Kicks and Conor Maynard.


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