Listen to Rihanna's Work, featuring Drake: first track from new album Anti
When Rihanna recently posted an image of herself listening to Anti, adorned in lavish Dolce & Gabbana leather rhinestone crown/headphone hybrid, intrepid fans attempted to gauge as much as possible from her expression. Did the icy gaze imply that her eighth album would be a provocative trap record in the same vein as BBHMM? Or was it a contemplative acoustic stare, the kind that someone listening to a song similar to the triple-denim dream FourFiveSeconds might give?
From the four tracks lifted from the record so far, Anti is set to be as diverse as it has been long awaited. The glossy, modernist Work skewers elements of dub and dancehall: her voice is at times Auto-Tuned, and a distant sample of what sounds a little like Grace Jones’s My Jamaican Guy haunts its empty spaces. From Drake’s perspective, Work, co-produced by Boi-1da and PARTYNEXTDOOR, is a straightforward song about facing the labours of work before play, but Rihanna’s vocals sound a little more disappointed and dejected. A typically fated Rihannalove story, basically.
Unfortunately for those who care not for paying money for music, the singer’s new track is only available from the paid-for streaming service Tidal, and iTunes at present. Take a listen to a sample below.
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