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Rita Ora and Chris Brown in 'Body On Me'

"This is the perfect summer anthem for me," says Rita

By Verinia Khoo | Published: 19 Aug 2015

Video: Rita Ora Vevo

Let's be honest, Rita Ora and Chris Brown sound good together and look even better in their new Body On Me music video. The two play neighbours who meet in a dark elevator. The chemistry is clear as they fantasise about taking their relationship further. Eventually they do and well, it's hot.

According to Rita, working with Chris was a walk in the park. "The collaboration with Chris was really simple," she told MTV News. "It was actually a really natural feel and his tone for me fit perfectly to the record – and he's just one of the easiest people to work with. He's so fun and it's nice to work with your friend." If you say so, Rita.

"I heard Body On Me and thought this is the perfect summer anthem for me – I'm always looking for a summer jam," she added. "It's sexy. It's definitely one of the closest things that I've ever done to what I'm inspired by, which is R&B and soul."

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