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Drake And Rihanna Film 'Take Care' Video
The 'What's My Name' pair hook up again on the video for the rapper's new single.
Drake and Rihanna have filmed the video for their collaborative single, 'Take Care'.
The pair shot the video for the track in Los Angeles last week with director and musician Woodkid, real name Yoann Lemoine.
The director posted a picture of the trio following the video shoot, along with the message: "I just shot Drake & Rihanna's 'Take Care,' video. Beautiful track, amazing artists. EDITING NOW!"
The video marks the first time Drake and Rihanna have teamed up since her hit single 'What's My Name' was released in 2010.
Lemoine, who is a musician in his own right, has previously directed the videos for Katy Perry's 'Teenage Dream' and 'Born To Die' by Lana Del Rey.
Check out a photo of Drake, Rihanna and Woodkid on the set of 'Take Care' below (picture: Twitter):
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