Rihanna Gives Drake All Her "Work" In Two New VideosWork, work, work, indeed.

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Feb 22, 2016

Basically, Rihanna made Drake break a sweat in multiple instances in her dual video for "Work."

The island pop star first sets the stage in a dance hall party where the dancing almost outdoes her lace Tommy Hilfiger dress. Showing off her great body and hypnotizing moves Rihanna certainly gave us something to be fixated on. Drake doesn't shy away from her advances on the dance floor either and clearly expresses his joy in this moment. Including scenes reminiscent of Sean Paul's "Get Busy", there was no shortage of fun or slow whines.

In her "more PG" rated video, which we use lightly, BadGirl RiRi and Drake seem to have borrowed the lighting crew from "Hotline Bling" to create a softer moment between the two. She doesn't stray from sex appeal, however, wearing a shear top and cut up skirt as she dances circles around her co-star. He looked as mesmerized as the rest of us after her performance.

Check out both videos in the clip below.

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