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 12/20/2015      ,    No comments
Rita Ora may soon be parting ways with Jay Z’s Roc Nation label. Billboard reports that the 25-year old singer has filed a lawsuit under California Labor Code Section 2855, better known as the “seven-year rule.”
British singer, Rita Ora has taken her destiny into her hands by dragging her boss Jay Z to court. The ‘How we do’ singer is annoyed that Jay Z, who signed her under his Roc Nation record label, isn’t doing enough to push her career and now wants out.
She approached a Los Angeles court yesterday seeking to end her deal with Roc Nation. According to the artiste’s reps, Jay Z hasn’t paid enough attention to Rita’s career which has seen her release just an album in the 7 years she has been signed to the label.
Rita Ora is now citing the American ‘Seven Year Rule’ which focuses on labour disputes. She wants the label to free her to move to other endeavours. The British singer got signed unto Roc Nation in 2008 when she was barely 18 years. She has since released just one album ‘Ora’.

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