Rita Ora previously filed a lawsuit to get out of her contract with Jay-Zs Roc Nation, after accusing them of neglecting her in favour for other artists.
Now shes spoken out about leaving the label in 2016, claiming they discriminated against her because she is female.
The 27-year-old has insisted that the label was amicable in their split, when they counter-sued and then settled the case, but the singer believes she would have had a better outcome if she was a man.
She said: I want to find the right word here, and maybe this is my interpretation, but I do feel I got discriminated against because I was a woman.
Talking to the Sunday Times magazine, Rita revealed that her business manager is now her older sister Elena, and confessed to being proud of their achievements together.
She said: To be honest, Id always wanted to become a household name [not just a pop singer], that was my dream. My sister and I, we argue like crazy all the time, but were very proud of what weve done up to this point.
The star is currently working on a female empowerment video for her song Girls, which is said to include Cardi B, Charli XCX and Bebe Rexha.
The hit will be released on 11 May and Rita couldnt contain her excitement when she shared the news on Twitter.
She wrote: Im so happy to finally announce my new single GIRLS feat some amazing powerful women who have inspired me so much!
Although the music video has been filmed in London, its rumoured that Cardi recorded her scenes in the US.
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A source told Metro.co.uk: She wanted a female rapper to appear on the song and so called in a favour from her [Atlantic] labelmate Cardi B.
Rita Ora loves Lady Marmalade and has wanted to do an all-star pop collaboration for years. She finally got her wish recently when Bebe Rexha and Charli XCX agreed to appear on her next single Girls.
Metro.co.uk have reached out to Roc Nation and Rita Oras reps for comment.
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