Drake and Rihanna
Drake and Rihanna share a great bond despite the unsteady relationship Reuters

Barbadian singer/actress Rihanna reportedly wants Canadian rapper Drake to join her, on her upcoming 2016 Anti World Tour. The 28-year-old FourFiveSeconds hitmaker's tour will start on 12 March in Jacksonville, Florida.

Rihanna had released a raunchy music video for single Work, featuring the Hotline Bling singer. The two showed off great chemistry together at the 2016 BRIT Awards, held at the O2 Arena on 24 February.


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"She is determined to recreate some of the buzz that was around for the Brits," a source told the Mirror.

"Rihanna and Drake know that Work is one of the highlights of the show and their on-stage chemistry is electric," the insider added.

Chris Brown's former girlfriend has also apparently asked leading vocal coach RAab Stevenson to be with her, during the tour. The source said: "It shows a level of commitment that Rihanna wants to get her set-up straight on the tour opener as RAab can work with her through any problems. She doesn't want to have to cancel any more dates and she's well aware of the scrutiny her comeback has faced. She's working hard in rehearsals to pull off something special and talked about."

Meanwhile, Rihanna and Drake first dated in 2009 and have been in an on and off relationship ever since. In an interview with Sunday's New York Times, the rapper talked about his relationship with the We Found Love singer.

"I was a pawn," Drake said. "You know what she was doing to me? She was doing exactly what I've done to so many women throughout my life, which is show them quality time, then disappear. I was like, wow, this feels terrible."