Rihanna’s “Work” Featuring Drake Wins Favorite Soul/R&B Song at 2016 American Music Awards
After winning in three categories at the 2016 American Music Awards, Drake ended the night with his fourth honor for a feature on Rihanna's "Work." The duo beat his own track “One Dance” featuring Wizkid & Kyla and Bryson Tiller's “Don’t.”
The dancehall-inspired track kept the two hitting the stage together at many of their respective tour dates over the summer. "Work" reached the top of the Billboard Hot 100 and stayed there for nine weeks.
The rapper, who came into the ceremony with 13 nominations, previously earned three awards: Favorite Hip-Hop Album for Views, Favorite Hip-Hop Artist and Favorite Hip-Hop Song for "Hotline Bling."
Drake took the stage to accept two of his awards looking like big money in a tailored black suit and violet-colored shades. His acceptance speech was filled with the usual thanks for his city of Toronto. The ending, however, left the promise of new music and a warning.
"More chune for ya head, so watch how you speak my name," he said.
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