Rita Ora's punk influence

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Rita Ora's punk influence

Rita Ora is influenced by punk music.

The 'How We Do (Party)' hitmaker has revealed she was inspired by the likes of The Clash and The Sex Pistols but insists she never stuck to "one specific genre".

She said: "Growing up I never really listened to one specific genre.

"I was really involved actually surprisingly enough in my love for punk music and that really graduated to even the style references you know and kind of really focusing on a culture more than anything because for me music is a specific type of culture."

And for her latest album, the 24-year-old beauty describes it as her "most eclectic record" yet, revealing she drew on many personal experiences.

Speaking to Perez Hilton, she added: "This album is probably the most eclectic record I've done so far I think it really represents my music taste ...

"It's really influenced on my personal life and who I am as a 24-year-old Londoner and just all the experiences that I been through.

"The theme of this album I think it's definitely sexual but it has a form of innocence to it. It's like being the girl that might be judged for things that aren't necessarily true because of something they've seen or whatever whatever, and then they forget the statistics of someone about how hard they actually work."