Rihanna is known to sex things up—she does just that in her new "Work" video featuring Drake. Luckily for fans who have long awaited RiRi's new album, the seven minute clip delivers more than one music video—both parts equally steamy.
In Part I, Rihanna and Drake grind it out during a Rastafarian party. The girl can move those hips, damn. To further confirm the Bad Gal's twerkabilities, Part II features a more intimate side of RiRi and Drake. This time, Rihanna goes full frontal in a shear '90s-inspired halter top and a tight denim mini skirt. Sure, her Egyptian sternum tattoo is on display, though very hard to focus on. It appears the rapper can hardly contain himself, and all we're thinking is what a good pair the two make on screen. We imagine they'd be a match made in heaven IRL.
The "Work" video release tops off Rihanna's last few weeks. Since debuting her new album Anti to TIDAL music streaming on January 28, the star earned Platinum status in less than 24 hours, showed her new Fenty for Puma collection at New York Fashion Week, and celebrated her 28th birthday (February 20). "Work" also hit No. 1 on Billboard's Hot 100, marking her 14th chart topper. This victory surpasses Michael Jackson's record for the third most No. 1's of all time.
Since 2014, Rihanna has been Puma's creative director and brand ambassador; this year, she beat Adidas's Kanye West as the most talked about designer on Twitter. Puma was also the most talked about brand on the social media outlet. Rihanna's gothic athletic wear headed down the runway on tattooed men and women, and is projected to be the most anticipated haute-fashion line for fall. The shoe collection is rumored to be available for purchase at the end of February or early March—fingers crossed.
RiRi was set to perform at the Grammys on February 15, but canceled last minute due to poor health. She has also cancelled the first eight shows of her Anti world tour, which was set to start at the end of this month, due to vocal chord issues.
Watch the ever breathtaking Rihanna "Work" below.