Video: Rita Ora – ‘Shine Ya Light’ [Trailer]

Rita Ora

Rita Ora turned the town upside down when she returned to her native Pristina, Kosovo, to shoot the feel-good video for “Shine Ya Light,” the latest single off her Roc Nation debut ORA. In the official behind-the-scenes clip, the 21-year-old singer rides the back of a motorcycle and gets a police escort as she walks the streets in thigh-high stiletto boots. At one point, she is mobbed by fans and performs on top of the Newborn monument.

“I can’t explain to you what this means,” said Rita, who was overcome with emotion during her journey home. “This is the only place I wanted to shoot my video.”

Get a peek at her homecoming in the trailer below.

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  1. LD



  2. 778

    her team need to stole, more rihanna SONG!!! just saying


    Free Your Mind Reply:

    @778, It’s not Rihanna songs it’s Rihanna producers & song writers to assist Rihanna but of course the major part of Rihanna strategy is Rihanna herself maybe she should collaborate with Rihanna that might help!

    This single has hold my interest in her though especially when i was about to move on!

    Although i’m a huge & forever fan of Rihanna, i’m always intrigued by & anxious for fresh faces & sounds!


  3. Pereezy YMCMB. MMG

    Lol! Anyway She should Shoot a video of the song with the Best Roc Nation Signee j Cole


  4. Free Your Mind

    I love this song to pieces! Still not that interested in her per-say but this song has me hanging in there!


  5. Ray

    Beyonce said this is her shit!


  6. Samantha

    Love her, love this song.


  7. Meliza H.



  8. k down to the C up town Breezy Boyieee

    She got some good Music on her Album. Nice preview short Behind the video


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