RiRi and Drizzy did not only get flirty when the camera was rolling but also enjoyed each other's company during the break.
More close look at the filming of Rihanna and Drake's duet track "What's My Name" music video comes out on the heels of its reign on Billboard Hot 100. The footage reveals how RiRi gets cozy with Drizzy during the shooting break, flirts with him in a romantic scene, and more.
"I've been waiting for the opportunity to work together for a long time," said Drizzy. "This is such a great song. I love the record, so I'm excited." RiRi herself was all smiles, telling street walkers to "act normal" before starting to film a solo scene on the New York City streets.
"What's My Name" is taken from Rihanna's new studio album "Loud" which is due in the U.S. on November 16. While the song which serves as the second single takes the first spot on the country's singles chart, the first single "Only Girl (In the World)" stays at No. 4.
Regarding the chart performance of the Drizzy-assited single, RiRi tweeted, "Holy sh*t! What's my name just passed Only Girl, went no.1! My Navy is strong! This is the best news, 2 top 5 songs, THANK U." The music video is expected to premiere this weekend.