• All Share : 54105.37
    UP 0.34%
    Top40 - (Tradeable) : 48069.78
    UP 0.49%
    Financial 15 : 15405.47
    UP 0.01%
    Industrial 25 : 73710.46
    UP 0.97%
    Resource 10 : 31679.83
    DOWN -0.85%

  • ZAR/USD : 15.7796
    UP 0.52%
    ZAR/GBP : 23.0394
    UP 0.64%
    ZAR/EUR : 17.5246
    UP 0.48%
    ZAR/JPY : 0.1412
    DOWN -0.35%
    ZAR/AUD : 11.2994
    UP 0.45%

  • Gold US$/oz : 1200.6
    DOWN -1.01%
    Platinum US$/oz : 965
    DOWN -1.13%
    Silver US$/oz : 15.89
    DOWN -1.91%
    Palladium US$/oz : 536
    Brent Crude : 49.05
    DOWN -0.55%

  • All data is delayed by 15 min. Data supplied by Profile Data
    Hover cursor over this ticker to pause.

Mon May 30 08:53:00 SAST 2016

'Work' is fun: RiRi gets jiggy with Drake

Leonie Wagner | 24 February, 2016 00:37
FRIENDS WITH BENEFITS: Drake and Rihanna in the music video for 'Work'
Image by: YOUTUBE

Rihanna and Drake are proof that being friends with your ex-beau can work.

The Barbadian singer, who turned 28 at the weekend, released her much anticipated music video for her single Work on Monday.

In true RiRi style, she released two music videos for the sultry dancehall track, taken off her latest album, ANTI. While the song, which features Canadian rapper Drake, might not be their best collaboration, the video is undeniably their steamiest visual offering. Apart from being watched more than 11 million times on YouTube, the seven-minute video also reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 list.

This is Rihanna's 14th single to top the chart, pushing her past the King of Pop, Michael Jackson, who made it to the top 13 times.

Only The Beatles and Mariah Carey have had more number ones - 20 and 18 respectively.

In both segments of the video - one set in a Caribbean restaurant turned club and the other in a private lit neon pink and purple room - the duo grind and twerk against each other. The release of the music video saw some fans urging Drake to marry Rihanna

@kylaah1 said: "Drake needs to wife Rihanna up real quick."

But rapper Azealia Banks was less than complimentary.

She tweeted: " Work video reminds me of [Beyoncé's] Baby Boy video with Sean Paul except not as fly."

Banks said the video was typical of the music industry's present "mediocrity".


If you have an opinion you would like to share on this article, please send us an e-mail to the Times LIVE iLIVE team. In the mean time, click here to view the Times LIVE iLIVE section.