Singer Rita Ora has recently stated that she ‘feared for her career’ during her legal battle with her former record label, Roc Nation, which is owned by Jay Z, who signed her in 2008.
The court case prohibited Rita Ora from making music for five years. In December 2015 she had filed a lawsuit to get out of her contract with Roc Nation, accusing them of neglecting her in favour of other artists, before they counter-sued her for $2.4million for breaching the terms of her contract and not providing the required number of albums throughout the years she’s been with them.
The case was settled in 2016.
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