In 2014, she released "I Will Never Let You Down", intended to be the lead single from her second studio album, scheduled to be released in 2015. However, in December 2015, Ora filed a lawsuit against Roc Nation, citing that the contract she signed in 2008 was "unenforceable", due to California's "seven-year rule." Although Roc Nation filed a counter-lawsuit against Ora for breaking her recording contract, in January 2016, they reached a settlement in May 2016 and Ora was released from her contract.
In June 2016, she signed a record deal with Atlantic Records. The debut single from her second studio album, Your Song, was released on 26 May 2017.