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Rita Ora and Jay Z

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Rita Ora appears to have settled a $2.4 million lawsuit filed against her by bosses at Jay Z’s Roc Nation record label.

The music executives sued the Radioactive singer last year, for breaking her recording contract and failing to deliver the albums she was supposed to produce for them.

The suit came just weeks after the singer filed her own papers in California, claiming company bosses had lost their focus on her, putting the welfare and future of professional athletes and other ventures, like Jay Z’s streaming service Tidal, ahead of her music career.

Lawyers representing Roc Nation submitted papers in New York, claiming the company spent more than $2 million on marketing and development for the star’s second album, which is still unreleased.


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