Rita Ora is ''very proud'' of her success.

The 'I Will Never Let You Down' hitmaker has revealed she was inspired to record all of her second album, which is expected to be released in November, in London.

She told Billboard magazine: ''I'm very proud of where I'm at in the moment.

''I recorded it all in London because I wanted to keep my roots from where I grew up and I sat down and [had] a brainstorm to make sure my message comes across.''

Meanwhile, the 24-year-old beauty recently revealed she is ''grateful'' for Chris Brown's ''support'' following the release of their track 'Body On Me'.

She said: ''I respect Chris' work and I thought the tone of voice fit perfectly with the record. There's a lot more to think about than how many songs Chris has out at the moment. I'm just a fan, and I'm very, very grateful that he wanted to support me.''

Rita also admitted that she does feel ''pressure'' for her album to do well.

She shared: ''[Pressure] is always there. It's just in my subconscious at all times - that's the world we live in unfortunately. So I try not to focus on that and just do the best at what I can do.''