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Drake ‘Take Care’ Video: Rihanna Embraces Rapper in New Photos

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Drake and Rihanna filmed the visuals for the rapper’s Jamie xx-produced track ‘Take Care,’ off his sophomore album of the same name, last month. Now photos of the former love birds have surfaced from the video set. debuted the exclusive black-and-white photos, which showcase the pair in a tight embrace. Four images made circulated around the Internet: some of RiRi and Drizzy coupled up and others giving them solo shine in the spotlight. Judging by the photos alone, the video suggests the theme is simple — no extravagant layouts or big city productions like in their previous collaboration, ‘What’s My Name?’

Yoann Lemoine directed the ‘Take Care’ clip. A release date for the project has not yet been revealed.

The Young Money MC dropped his ‘Take Care’ LP in November 2011. The effort went on to sell 631,000 copies in its first week of release. Besides Rihanna, collaborations with The Weeknd, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross and Nicki Minaj are included.

See Photos of Drake and Rihanna on the ‘Take Care’ Video Set

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