1 Song, 3 Minutes


Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.


Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

Ratings and Reviews

3.0 out of 5
397 Ratings
397 Ratings
Alex_Newtown ,

Why is this song about kissing girls

Last time I checked not all of these women are part of the LGBT community, yet the song is all about kissing women for fun?

_KatLyte_ ,


wow... we luv using a marginalized group in society to make profit... i don’t mean to undermine the feelings of the artists. however, this song has been over sexualized and glazed with the male gaze on wlw relationships. frankly, it wasn’t well thought out and relatively insensitive, especially considering cardi b’s transphobic comments of the past. this song makes it seem like it’s a trend to be queer and that it makes a person quirky, fun, and relatable. overall, not pleased. y’all know better.

jacobstfu ,


This is just a bunch of straight women marginalizing the LGBTQ+ community. As a lesbian, I’m absolutely disgusted. Like Hayley Kiyoko said, “I’ve loved girls my whole life and I don’t need red wine to kiss a girl”. This song is not only horribly written and produced, the writers didn’t take into consideration how offensive this is. I just lost respect for all of the people that were involved in this song.

About Rita Ora

Born in Pristina, Kosovo but raised in London, pop singer Rita Ora made her first official appearance in 2007 when she guested on Craig David's single "Awkward." A year later she joined Tinchy Stryder on his single "Where's Your Love," but her big break came in 2009 when an open-mike performance attended by one of Jay-Z's A&R men landed her a deal with the rapper's label, Roc Nation. In 2012, she provided the vocals for DJ Fresh's drum'n'bass hit "Hot Right Now," which topped the charts in the U.K. She returned to the number one spot that same year with her debut solo single, "R.I.P." Ora also released her debut album, simply titled Ora, which went straight to the number one spot on the U.K. album charts. ~ David Jeffries

Pristina, Kosovo
November 26, 1990