Rita Ora shared marvelous studio snaps as she prodded the arrival of her most recent track Finish Line on Thursday.
The vocalist, 31, made the tune with incredible honor winning lyricist Diane Warren, 65, as a component of another women’s activist drive to empower correspondence among people.
“It’s an important time for women to feel empowered and really know who you are and what your rights are,” Diane says of “Finish Line,” which she wrote and Rita sings. Rita tells ABC Audio that the significance of “Finish Line” is “way bigger than us.”
In it, she sings, “We’re taking it to the limit, ’til we win it/ ‘Til we look behind at the finish line, to the limit/’Til resistance is gone, we’ll keep pushing on.”
“It’s something that obviously applies to this, but it applies to life, it applies to whatever you’re going through,” Diane says of “Finish Line.” “And to me, the key is…making it fit specifically and at the same time being universal…That’s why these songs become anthems…Because you can make it be about your life. You can hear the song and go, ‘I’m gonna get up today and I’m just…gonna change the world!’”
37 Words chronicles the battle for equal rights in education and athletics. Rita says, “You’ll see the journey of not just this specific song…but I think, as well, it shines a light on the journeys of these women.”
A sneak preview of the song’s video will debut Sunday on American Idol.