Rihanna has offered fans a behind-the-scenes look at her video for 'Work'.
The single features Drake and was the first track heard from 'Anti', the album Rihanna released last week. The album leaked online ahead of its official release and there have been mixed reports over its sales figures. 'Anti' charted at Number Seven in the Official UK Album Chart after one week of sales.
Undeterred, Rihanna is promoting 'Work' and 'Anti' with a video for the single expected soon. Rihanna fansite RihannaNavy has shared a number of clips taken from her Snapchat of the video for the single. See them all below:
Rihanna postou um trecho do clipe de Work no SnapChat. pic.twitter.com/k25DT6yE6G— Empire Rihanna Navy (@EmpireRihNavy) February 6, 2016
Ciarra via SnapChat: trecho do clipe de Work. pic.twitter.com/bUHIVKEARW— Empire Rihanna Navy (@EmpireRihNavy) February 6, 2016
Rihanna via SnapChat: trecho do clipe de Work  pic.twitter.com/mPHiYW1kfS— Empire Rihanna Navy (@EmpireRihNavy) February 6, 2016
Rihanna via SnapChat: trecho do clipe de Work. pic.twitter.com/UTxlRPPGdR— Empire Rihanna Navy (@EmpireRihNavy) February 6, 2016
'Anti' features new single 'Work' as well as a cover of Tame Impala's 'New Person, Same Old Mistakes' (titled 'Same Ol' Mistakes'). Aside from Drake on 'Work', there is just one other featured artist on the record; R&B singer SZA.
2015 singles ‘Bitch Better Have My Money’ and ‘American Oxygen’ do not feature on the record, nor does 'FourFiveSeconds', her collaboration with Kanye West and Paul McCartney.
'Consideration' feat. SZA
'Kiss It Better'
'Work' feat. Drake
'Yeah I Said It'
'Same Ol' Mistakes'
'Love On The Brain'
'Close To You'
Rihanna will tour the UK in the summer. The Weeknd and Big Sean will support Rihanna on all European dates on the Antiworld Tour, which makes it to Britain in June.
The UK and Ireland tour dates for 2016 are as follows:
Ricoh Arena, Coventry (June 14)
The Principality Stadium, Cardiff (June 16)
Stadium of Light, Sunderland (June 18)
Aviva Stadium, Dublin (June 21)
Wembley Stadium, London (June 24)
Hampden Park, Glasgow (June 27)
Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester (June 29)