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Album: R.I.P. (feat. Tinie Tempah) - Single

Artist: Rita Ora

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2012 Roc Nation LLC, under exclusive license to Columbia Records, a Division of Sony Music Enter

Tracklist For R.I.P. (feat. Tinie Tempah) - Single By Artist Rita Ora

Title Artist Time
R.I.P. (feat. Tinie Tempah) Rita Ora 3:48 USD 1.29

Reviews For R.I.P. (feat. Tinie Tempah) - Single By Artist Rita Ora


    By DaniAni21
    If anyone has watched Drakes music video "Over" from 2010 ,Rita Ora is in it, he gave her the rights to sing the song R.I.P, they have said it in interviews it's not the first time an artist does this to help an upcoming one...get over it people it's the music industry, by the way the girl has an amazing voice when she sings acoustic, raw talent.

    By axgomez
    Drake wrote this song for her she didnt steal it! This song is awesome
  • WOW!

    By CareBear0606
    This song is better than I thought it would be! The preview was only a taste! I LOVE the track and if there was a music vid, I would buy that as well! Keep on releasing Rita! <3
  • Rita Ora R.I.P.

    By 68, me and one direction, 70
    Haha this is awesome. I love this song
  • ...........

    By Chanel<3
    RIP WHOOOO?????
  • Good Song

    By TDUB2
    Rita did well. For all of ya'll complaining that Drake had this first he obviously wrote it for her just as a couple of Frank Ocean's songs off of Lonny Breaux are on Brandy's new album. Artists write for each other all the time. She did not rip off Drake.
  • R.I.P.

    By Bigsp116
    Yes this is Drakes in a way but she sung it as her own which is talent, So before you hate just let this version really sink in her flow is full of rhythm and amazing melody. I Love It!
  • Drake Gave the song to her

    By DellTay
    Drake's I'm Ready for ya was written for Rihanna. She didn't take it, and he gave the song to Rita. Do research, don't just say she ripped off other artists. This song is hers! And she does it well.

    By Calistarlight_37
    Rita Ora didn't steal this song from Drake. Drake wrote it for Rhianna a few years ago & she didn't want to keep it, so he signed it to Rita Ora instead. The version of him singing it is just his cover of it, but he did write the song, it just was never his.
  • Great

    By Coach keith 2012
    My daughter listens to this song everyday! She loves it!

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