Rihanna And Drake Reunite On A New Song: Hear Snippets

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On January 8, Rihanna landed in Los Angeles amid rumors that she was filming a music video there. An alleged casting call said that the January 8 and 9 shoot was for a Drake collaboration titled “Work,” to feature actors playing horseback riders and cops.

This all seemed a little out there, but then dedicated fans overheard the song as they tried to get a glimpse at their reported video shoot. Rihanna sings, “You give me something I never had,” while Drake croons, “Don’t give that away to no one” in the next verse.

Meanwhile, fans wondered if DJ Khaled was also on set, after he promised something big on Snapchat. “I’m up to something,” he says, before he shows Drake sitting next to him. “Major key. Cloth alert. Be ready.”

Rihanna and Drake have collaborated twice before, on “What’s My Name” from Rihanna’s 2010 album Loud and “Take Care” from Drake’s 2011 album of the same name. Listen to the snippets of their latest track, then see photos from their video set below.

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