While the world waits patiently for Rihanna's first album in four years ANTI, RiRi is apparently still getting her ducks in order. Which reportedly involves shooting a video for an upcoming Drake collab off the album titled "Work."

Recently the Internet lit up when alleged audio for the song was captured from someone purported to be outside of the location where the video was being filmed at Eagle Rock Plaza in Los Angeles (below).

More info started to pour in as a call sheet from the video shoot was uploaded on social media. In the casting notice, it specifically names the video Rihanna featuring Drake "Work" and specifies that they are looking for people to play the roles of a horseback rider, a cop and a crook. Pictures were later captured from outside the shoot that showed a horse with monograms printed on it not far from a similar looking car.

There is also evidence that DJ Khaled might have been on set as he posted a video with Drizzy noting, "I'm up to something."

There were reports floating around that Travi$ Scott might have been the reason for the album's hold up. The G.O.O.D. Music artist has since denied he is the reason behind delays.

It's probably a safe bet that Rihanna wants to have the album out before her huge ANTI World Tour kicks off at the end of next month. Check out the tour dates, HERE.

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