Rita Ora is getting ready to release her highly anticipated debut album next week, and now she's unveiled a full-length version of her 'Love & War' track, featuring J. Cole, for her fans to enjoy.

In the tune, of which fans have already heard a snippet, the British singer pleads with her man to end the ongoing fighting. She and J. Cole swap verses and make a compelling case that their anger is "all for nothing."

The tune follows the release of 'R.I.P' featuring Tinie Tempah, and 'How We Do (Party).' All three songs are included on the London native's LP, 'Ora,' which will be released in the U.K. on Aug. 27. No word on a U.S. release date, although the singer's Twitter background promises it will be "soon."

The 21-year-old has been promoting her upcoming album with plenty of performances and media appearances, including her recent stint on 'The Jonathan Ross Show.' She's undoubtedly proud of her first effort, which is said to channel the Vaccines, Notorious B.I.G. and No Doubt. Her debut has reportedly been in the making for almost three years, and features collaborations with will.i.am, Ester Dean, Drake, The-Dream, Kanye West and Stargate.

Listen to Rita Ora, 'Love & War' Feat. J. Cole