Are Drake & Rihanna Plotting a New Collaboration Called 'Work'?
The Internet has been buzzing about a rumored collaboration involving Drake and Rihanna. Over the weekend, the former collaborators reportedly shot a video at Los Angeles-area mall Eagle Rock Plaza for a new duet called "Work."
An image of an alleged call sheet from the shoot surfaced on Twitter, as well as photos of horses and cars covered in Louis Vuitton monograms.
The casting call for the new music video of Rihanna feat. Drake OMG!!! pic.twitter.com/GYFllBZEME— Pietro Basile (@BasixNavy) January 7, 2016
When drake and Rihanna bring horses to the mall for their video pic.twitter.com/cQcjbzXOI4— אריק (@okayerick) January 10, 2016
More pics from Drake and Rihanna's video -- pic.twitter.com/la8OSssAqd— אריק (@okayerick) January 10, 2016
The only semblance of Drake at the shoot is on DJ Khaled's Instagram. The We the Best CEO/ Snapchat connoisseur appeared to be on-set with the Toronto rapper, offering his signature phrases, "I'm up to something. Major key. Cloth alert."
There's also this barely audible audio clip that sounds like Riri's vocals.
No word on whether this potential collab will make Rihanna's upcoming Anti album or Drake's forthcoming Views From the 6 LP, but it would serve as their third collaboration following 2010's "What's My Name?" and 2011's "Take Care."
Billboard has reached out to reps for both artists for comment.