How to Listen to Rihanna's 'Work'

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Rihanna's new single 'Work' features the Canadian rapper Drake. She is pictured here in the music video for her July 2015 music video 'Bitch Better Have My Money.' Reuters

Music royalty Rihanna released "Work" on Monday, the lead song—a collaboration with hip-hop star Drake—from her much anticipated new album, Anti, which is also expected to drop at any time.

The "Rude Boy" singer's new single debuted on radio stations around the world, including BBC Radio 1 and Z100 New York around 8 a.m. EST on Wednesday. It is available on Tidal, the Jay-Z owned subscription streaming-music service that Rihanna owns a stake in.

FIRST SINGLE #WORK ft. @Drake from #ANTI is here!! Listen up --> https://t.co/CYqrvPRahc pic.twitter.com/0WvHi4x3Ut

— Rihanna (@rihanna) January 27, 2016

Here are all the ways you can start listening to "Work" on repeat.

Sign up for Tidal

Yes, really. I know you're already paying $10 a month for Spotify/Apple Music, but Tidal does offer a 30 day, no obligation, free trial.

On the Radio

Sounds very 90's, but most major stations, including BBC's Radio 1, have promised to play it on the hour, every hour for the rest of the day.

Capital FM App

The British Radio station has made the song available to listeners via its app. Download it here.

Direct Lyrics

The music site received a sneak peak last month, and have already posted a full review of the Barbados-singers inevitable global hit.