ANTI-pop star Rihanna has shared a teaser clip for the upcoming official music video for "Work," the slow-burning dancehall-flavored track and lead single off her eighth album, released January 28.

Featuring the track's co-star Drake, the 30-second clip sees RiRi and Drizzy chilling at a hazy house party (or perhaps club? bar?) while party-goers—including RiRi—twerk twerk twerk twerk twerk to the beat of the repetitive track. At one point, Rih gets all up in Drake's personal space, grinding on the rapper against a wall. (You feel that chemistry?) A few seconds of the clip also sees the artist, who is wearing a Tommy Hilfiger Rastafarian-inspired mesh dress, watching and feeling herself as she rolls her hips in front of a mirror.

The full video, which is set to debut on Monday February 22, was directed by Director X, the same Canadian director who worked on Drake's cyber-iconic "Hotline Bling."

Hopefully there wont be any delays or cancellations in the release of the music video: Rihanna recently had to delay her upcoming ANTI World Tour, shifting the original few kick-off dates back a few months so that the tour now begins on March 12 instead of February 26. Last weekend the artist also had to cancel her much-hyped Grammys performance.

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