Rita Ora’s “Your Song” Music Video Is Here—and Yes, She Loves Pantsuits
Who wants to hear sad songs? Not Rita Ora.
On Thursday, the 26-year-old singer dropped the music video to her new summer single, “Your Song,” and, as the kids say these days, it’s a bop. What goes down? It’s essentially a jam about love and moving past the negative. Aw! Seriously though. The camera rolls and you find Ora heading up a boardroom of men.
That, first of all, is badass, however, can we please take a minute to appreciate her pantsuit? The camel-colored two-piece not only gives us total ‘80s vibes with those dramatic shoulders, but her oversize, super baggy pants are a major win in our book. And though most of us would wear a plan shirt beneath, she wore a leather bralette-like vest with a fishnet top. Hello, experimental.
Anyway, back to the video. She continues romancing her way out of the boardroom and into the city streets, running away from someone chasing her or, dare we say it, love. “I don’t want to hear sad songs anymore, I only want to hear love songs,” she sings, later adding, “I’m in love, I’m in love, I’m in love.” Eventually, she meets up with one of the men from the boardroom, her ultimate love. They kiss. They hug. The credits roll and boom, another hit.
Ora took to Instagram to express her excitement. “Thank you so much for all your support!” she wrote alongside a clip of the video and several behind the scenes images.
Watch the full video above.