Rita Ora bares skin, shows off tattoos and does some graceful posing in the September issue of GQ magazine. The "How We Do (Party)" creator, who's readying the international release of her debut LP, Ora, due Aug. 27, also shed some light on prepackaged entertainers versus those with a real connection to their work.

"The public's not stupid," the 21-year-old blonde chanteuse admits. "You can tell an honest artist from one who's just been given all their songs."

Sitting in front of the camera for four looks, Ora rocks everything from Pierre Balmain black leather pants to a black-and-pink Agent Provocateur bra.

Her forthcoming record, which will debut in the U.S. soon after her overseas release, features tracks like the Drake-penned "R.I.P." featuring Tinie Tempah and the J. Cole-assisted "Love & War," among others.

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