Rita Ora was literally blazing in celebrity lights with her intoxicating live concert at Sydney Mardi Gras a few days before. The waves of her bombarding performance still continues to rule the premises of Sydney Mardi Gras as well as the hearts of her lovely audience. Soon after the performance, Rita had opened up that the her performance at Sydney Mardi Gras as special forever, thanking the most energetic crowd she had over there, the LGBTW+ community.
Recently, she came up with the remnants of her first performance after COVID-19, at Mardi Gras, as she puts it. The singer lately took to her Instagram post to offer her fans a sneak peek into the video snippets from her live concert at Mardi Gras.
Rita Ora offers a sneak peek into her Performance at Mardi Gras!
“Mardi Gras still buzzing!!! So good to perform the new songs live!! what was your fav song?!,” posted the singer.
Rita Ora shared the video snippets of her four different, new songs that was the highlight of the concert. These snippets included the performance of her all time hits “Let Me Love You,” “Bang Bang,” “BIG” and “Anywhere.” Sharing a glimpse into her invigorating performance, she asked her fans which one was their favorite among these four.
Watch her performance at Sydney Mardi Gras below.
All the four songs that she performed were immensely popular as far as her career as a singer is concerned. The song ”Bang Bang,” and ”BIGwhich was released most recently on 12th Feb 2021, is known for its collaboration with guest musicians, including French DJ David Guetta, American rapper Gunna and Argentine trap artist Khea.
“Let Me Love You,” which was released two years earlier was a song that reached the top ten in twenty countries, including the United Kingdom where it peaked at number four. It became Ora’s 13th song to reach the UK top ten, thus breaking a record for most top ten songs by a British female solo artist.
Finally, the song “Anywhere” was chosen as The Guardian’s track of the week. Commercially, “Anywhere” reached the top ten in fifteen countries, including the United Kingdom where it peaked at number two (making it Ora’s eleventh UK top-ten single). The music video, directed by Declan Whitebloom, shows Ora in various locations throughout New York City.