DJ Khaled Drops 'Wild Thoughts' Video Featuring Rihanna & Bryson Tiller

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Set on the streets of Miami, the steamy Colin Tilley-directed clip also features Khaled and 8-month-old son Asahd, who's also credited as co-executive producer on his pop's forthcoming disc, Grateful.

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Check out Rihanna and DJ Khaled doing their thing in the music video above.

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Anyway, the best part of this song and video is obviously Rihanna, because Rihanna is always the best part of everything she touches. Khaled uses a sample from Carlos Santana's "Maria Maria" which brings back a nostalgic feel. Khaled's new album Grateful is out June 23, which is chock-full of A-List features and collaborations, from Beyoncé, to Chance the Rapper, to Drake, to Travis Scott and more.

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"Wild Thoughts" first appeared on the Trending 140 chart around 8 a.m. ET Friday morning and reached the top of the chart soon after. She holds things down before Bryson Tiller comes into the mix, putting his unique and uncanny abilities on display. And frankly the superstar does not disappoint on "Wild Thoughts": in addition to stealing the show to its two male acolytes level music, the Barbadian is more canon than ever.

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