She has the golden touch! In 2012, Rita Ora released her first album at only 18. Since then, this Londoner originally from Kosovo has collaborated with Kanye West, Drake, Iggy Azalea, Avicii, and Cardi B, and has performed all over the world, including at the Oscars and for the Obamas in Washington. Her second album, Phoenix, came out late last year and features a song composed by Ed Sheeran and the single “Let You Love Me”. That song became her 13th title to hit the top 10 on the British charts: a record for a British artist, previously held by Shirley Bassey and Petula Clark. On this album, the singer inspired by Gwen Stefani, Lauryn Hill, and Tina Turner reveals a more vulnerable side, but still keeps the festive attitude that makes her songs transcendent. A great moment in pop music is in store for the Montreux Jazz Lab.