|"Better than You"|
|Song by Conor Maynard featuring Rita Ora|
|from the album Contrast|
|Songwriter(s)||Conor Maynard, George Astasio, Jon Shave, Jon Mills, Joe Dyer, Kurtis McKenzie, Rita Ora, Tony Nilsson, John Buchanan|
|Producer(s)||The Invisible Men, The Arcade|
"Better than You" is a song by British pop singer Conor Maynard featuring vocals from Rita Ora, from his debut studio album Contrast . The song was written by Conor Maynard, Kyle Abrahams, George Astasio, Jon Shave, Jon Mills, Joe Dyer, Kurtis McKenzie, Rita Ora, Tony Nilsson, John Buchanan and produced by The Invisible Men and The Arcade.
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|UK Singles (Official Charts Company)||105|
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