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I can鈥檛 get any work done for listening to Rihanna鈥檚 new single 鈥淲ork鈥!

It took less than 90 minutes for the long-awaited single, featuring fave collaborator Drake, to hit #1 on iTunes today. It is rumored to be just a taste of what鈥檚 to come when her eighth album Anti is released later this week.

The tweets took off like a rocket after Rihanna鈥檚 announcement.

Followed immediately by accolades from fans.

And opinions from a multitude of publishers and music news beats.

The most quoted phrase from the song is already 鈥淚f you had a twin I would still choose you.鈥 Maybe it鈥檚 the way Drake sings it.

I know, I know, we all want to hear it!

We can of course, purchase it on iTunes or stream through Apple Music. But for those of us hoping to catch an earful for free on Spotify or YouTube we are SOL right now. For a limited time you can listen to the full song at Tidal 鈥 a music platform that is new to the U.S. (Rihanna is said to be a backer.) At first there were complaints from people who didn鈥檛 want to register with Tidal just to hear. But I was able to listen to the full song multiple times without signing up. I just clicked the video icon on Rihanna鈥檚 photo on the Tidal home page to start the audio track.

It is catchy! In my opinion Drake is the cherry on top here. His vocals come in over Rihanna鈥檚 edgy, slightly Caribbean-accented chant like a drizzle of smooth caramel. The two have worked together before to the same effect. This is their third collaboration on a single after her 鈥淲hat鈥檚 My Name?鈥 and his 鈥淭ake Care鈥.

So, will 鈥淲ork鈥 be another hit for them? I鈥檓 no expert but, girl, I鈥檝e been singing this song for a good half hour and can鈥檛 get it out of my head. Ear candy for this everyday people 鈥 and that鈥檚 always a good sign.

Did you listen to 鈥淲ork鈥? Tweet us at @BritandCo!

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