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At long last, Calvin Harris and Rihanna have debuted the music video for their killer anthem “This Is What You Came For.” Their latest collab currently sits at its peak position of No. 7 on the Billboard Hot 100. Their previous two, “We Found Love” and “Where Have You Been” reached No. 1 and No. 5 respectively. With a newly-dropped visual, “TIWYCF” stands a good shot of cracking the Top 5 like the others.

The music video is relatively simple in concept but executed quite fantastically by director Emil Nava. Rihanna performs inside a gigantic cube while lasers and different landscapes light up the studio. I’m somewhat curious to know if the white box is the same one Drake used for “Hotline Bling.” Probably not, but it looks very similar.

Check out the entertaining clip below which features only a cameo from Calvin Harris. Guess he was too busy to appear in the video for his own song. Perhaps, he was already mending his broken heart and learned that Taylor Swift had already moved on with a new beau, The AvengersTom Hiddleston. She certainly has a type doesn’t she 😉

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It’s a busy day for Rihanna this Friday. Not only does she appear on Calvin Harris‘ new single “This Is What I Came For,” but the 28-year-old singer also assists Drake with a track off his new album, Views From The 6, out today.

Too Good” marks the fourth time Drizzy has teamed up with RiRi. Like their other collabos, “Take Care,” “What’s My Name?” and “Work,” their latest is a bona fide banger. “Too Good” probably won’t dominate the Billboard Hot 100, like “Work,” but I actually like the new song much better.

Give “Too Good” a listen below which plays on their rumored romance a wee bit. I also embedded a preview of his entire album. I’m already obsessed.

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Whenever Calvin Harris and Rihanna team up, magic happens. Their epic “We Found Love” was a global smash and “Where Have You Been” performed quite well too. It’s hard to top the former, but the two superstars have served up another potential winner.

With Rihanna mostly working with urban and dancehall beats lately, it’s nice to hear the 28-year-old Bajan singer back on an EDM beat. “This Is What You Came For” has summer club banger written all over it. I can’t wait to see what they have in store for the accompanying visual.

If the single’s artwork looks familiar, Taylor Swift recently sported a jacket with the logo on the back. Who knew she was supporting her man at the time. Sneaky, sneaky, sneaky!!! Check out Calvin and Rihanna’s third collabo below.

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Rihanna sure does love her guns. Whether she’s saving the world on the big screen, slaying it in her music videos or tatted on her body, a pistol is more often than not present. Is someone secretly campaigning to become the next NRA president 😉

Work” is still dominating the Billboard Hot 100, but Rihanna is hoping to find her next hit soon. She’s released “Needed Me” to urban stations while pop radio has “Kiss It Better.” The latter received a video treatment weeks ago and now it’s the former’s turn. Of the two, her latest is my favorite.

The visual for “Needed Me” is one of her most cinematic clips to date. Rihanna needs to work with Springs Breakers director Harmony Korine more often. Their collaboration is killer… literally.

Whether she’s wearing a barely-there sheer number or leather ensemble, the 28-year-old superstar oozes sex with every frame. Watch below to watch RiRi seek revenge on her cheating man caught red-handed at the strip club.

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Rihanna has 14 No. 1 singles to her credit. Cumulatively, they’ve spent a whopping 60 weeks in pole position. Thanks to “Work” logging another week at the summit of the Billboard Hot 100, the 28-year-old pop superstar now surpasses The Beatles for the second-most weeks at No. 1 all time. Only Mariah Carey stands in her way for chart supremacy. Mimi has 79 weeks under her designer glittery belt.

With “Work” ruling the chart for nine consecutive weeks at No. 1, the Drake-assisted smash is only one week away from tying “We Found Love” as her longest-running chart-topper. It has stiff competition on next week’s chart from Desiigner’s “Panda” which pounces from 5-2 this week. It’ll be a tight battle for sure.

Justin Bieber also achieves a milestone on this week’s chart. “Love Yourself” breaks the record for the most consecutive weeks logged in the top 10 from a song’s debut with 22 weeks, passing his two prior singles from his album Purpose. “Sorry” and “What Do You Mean?” both spent 21 weeks in the Top 10.

Check out this week’s Top 10 chart below.

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Rihanna continues to dominate the Billboard Hot 100 with her hit single “Work.” The dancehall track logs another week on top, extending its run to eight consecutive weeks. It now becomes RiRi’s second-longest No. 1 hit of her career behind only “We Found Love” which spent 10 weeks at the summit.

By notching another week in pole position, the 28-year-old singer has now spent 59 weeks at #1 on the main chart. She now ties The Beatles for having spent the second-longest stretch in the #1 position on the Billboard Hot 100. Only Mariah Carey stands in her way to become the all-time leader. Mimi has 79 weeks under her belt.

Check out this week’s Top 10 below.

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Rihanna isn’t letting go of her strong grip at No. 1 just yet. Her Drake collaboration, “Work,” spends a seventh straight week on top of the Billboard Hot 100. “Work” now joins “Umbrella” and “Love The Way You Lie” as her second longest chart-topper of her career. The longest is her Calvin Klein-produced monster hit, “We Found Love.”

Including this week, RiRi has now spent 58 weeks at No. 1 which is just one week shy from The Beatles who currently sit second with 59 weeks. Mariah Carey leads the pack with 79 weeks at the summit.

Meanwhile, Fifth Harmony achieves a career milestone with their latest single “Work From Home.” It becomes their very first Top 10 hit. The last girl group to crack the Top 10 was The Pussycat Dolls who did so with “When I Grow Up” back in 2008. Check out this week’s Top 10 below.

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There are manly voices and then there’s Chris Hemsworth. The 32-year-old Aussie has one of the most melodic husky tones in Hollywood. Dude can read anything to me and make it sound like music. Ergo this post.

The Thor actor takes the nonsensical ramblings of Rihanna on “Work” and makes them sound almost Shakespearean. Now, that’s a talent.

“I lost myself there in the moment…It brought up a lot of feelings and emotions and past experiences,” Hemsworth jokingly stated afterwards. “Makes you just want to get to work. Get a job!

Check out the fun clip below.

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