Rihanna Releases New Single ‘Work' Ft. Drake

We may be getting closer to Rihanna‘s long-awaited new album, “Anti,” this morning. The pop singer has just released the first single from “Anti,” called “Work,” featuring Drake. As of now, the song is only available to Tidal subscribers, which you can access by clicking here, and Apple Music subscribers.


Following last year’s releases of “B***h Better Have My Money,” “American Oxygen,” and the “FourFiveSeconds” collaboration with Kanye West and Paul McCartney, the delayed appearance of “Anti” has caused many of RiRi’s fans to get a little antsy. The first single off the Barbadian singer’s highly anticipated new album dropped Wednesday  and it’s all about a dumped lover promising she’s ready to make everything right again. “If I get another chance to, I will never, no never neglect you," she sings in the song, called "Work," which features Drake. "Please recognize I'm trying baby. I been work, work, work." It’s unclear which failed relationship Rihanna is referencing. She was once romantically involved with Drake, and she’s also been linked to rapper Travis Scott, actor Leonardo DiCaprio and of course her famous on-again, off-again boyfriend Chris Brown.



The new song comes two days after Rihanna teased fans that she had finally finished her long-awaited album, "Anti," by tweeting a photo of herself wearing headphones and a gold crown similar to the one on the album cover. "Listening to ANTI," she wrote. Then on Tuesday, Billboard reported that the "We Found Love" singer was expected to release the album within the next week and possibly even before Friday. Earlier this week, Rihanna took to Twitter to share the news that the album was finally finished in spectacular fashion - it was originally scheduled to be dropped in November. Wearing an opulent Dolce & Gabbana gold crown and bedazzled headphones - worth a staggering $8,895 – the singer oozed heaps of style and glamour in the teasing picture.
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