Rihanna and Drake Connect on New Song "Work"

Rihanna's album is rumored to drop later this week.

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With rumors swirling that Rihanna is finally releasing her ANTI album this week, she just debuted her new single, "Work," featuring Drake on all iHeartRadio stations across the country. This latest connection between Drake and RiRi has also been rumored for a little bit now, as footage of them shooting a video for the song at a mall in California surfaced earlier this month.

The song is slower and very rhythmic with Rihanna showing off her vocal skills over the crafty production. Drake is also singing on the track, but it fits with the overall flow, as he and Rihanna end up going back and forth at one point. Drake appears to still have some focus on Meek Mill at the moment, as he sings "Sorry if I'm way less friendly, I got n***as trying to end me." "Work" is produced by Boi-1da​, Allen Ritter, and Sevn Thomas. You can check out a full breakdown of the credits here

While the reactions to "Work" are still fresh, the song will have big shoes to fill seeing that their 2012 collaboration, "What's My Name," hit No. 1 on the charts. Will "Work" see similar success? Only time will tell. Listen to the song via Tidal here. The single is also available to purchase on iTunes here

FIRST SINGLE #WORK ft. @Drake from #ANTI is here!! Listen up --> https://t.co/CYqrvPRahc pic.twitter.com/0WvHi4x3Ut

— Rihanna (@rihanna) January 27, 2016

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