Thirteen years after it was first released in 2010, the romantic “What’s My Name?” music video featuring Rihanna and Drake has finally racked up one billion YouTube views. The video shows the ex-couple cuddling up in a convenience store, sipping wine, holding hands, and even getting into a pillow fight set in their New York apartment.
When it was released in 2010, RiRi and Drake’s collaboration scored No. 1 on Digital Songs and the top of the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart. The two industry heavyweights have worked together on several tracks throughout the years, including “Too Good,” “Work,” and “Take Care.”
“What’s My Name?” was a song on Rihanna’s ‘Loud’ album, released in November 2010. The album peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 albums chart and was certified three times platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America. The R&B/Hip-Hop Albums list on Billboard was also topped and led by the album for a couple of weeks.
However, in new turn of events, Drake’s recently released song “Fear Of Heights” off his ‘For All The Dogs’ album contains some caustic lyrics that seem to take several jabs at his former partner Rihanna. From 2009 to 2018, the musicians were the subject of intermittent romance speculations, and since their breakup, there have been allegations that Drake never moved on from her.
And just in case you have been stuck in the stone age, here is the iconic visual to their iconic collaboration: