Rita Ora is finally getting ''very confident'' in her skin.

The 'Let You Love Me' hitmaker says it ''took her a while'' to find her inner confidence as she was very self-conscious about her curves in the past but she is learning to love her body now.

Speaking about her naked photoshoot for Clash magazine, she told Access Live: ''I'm very confident in my skin. It took me a while to get to this point in my life. When I was younger, I was very conscious about me having, like, curves and being, like, a woman - I was, like, the first to mature in my class and I just felt really, like, shy. Now I'm at a point where I feel like I'm very confident in myself. It was very liberating. I did it more for me than for anyone else. I just feel like when I get, like, a little older and stuff, I'm gonna look back at it and be like, 'Wow, I like that I did that!'''

Meanwhile, Rita previously revealed social media has given a ''powerful'' platform to female popstars.

She said: ''I think it's just we, as artists, have more freedom, which I think is freaking the music industry out a little bit because of the internet and social media. The change is that we can kind of put out music if we wanted too and however we wanted too.

''Which for us as creative souls is incredibly powerful. [On Instagram] I have 13.9 million followers. But you know there's some people that are solely, incredibly popular on social media with 20 million followers and for me, you could have your own life off that!''