New Video: Lil Mama – ‘Work’ [Rihanna & Drake Cover]

Published: Sunday 6th Mar 2016 by Sam

Lyricist Lil Mama is pounding the promotional pavement in support of her comeback campaign.

Fresh from the release of ‘Memes,’ the multi-dimensional talent is tackling Rihanna and Drake‘s chart-topping single ‘Work.

Very much a visual artiste, she not only raps over the Caribbean-kissed production, she has released a remake video too.

Watch her “werk, werk, werk” after the jump…

Hats and wigs off to Ms. Mama!

Despite a few career missteps, there is no denying the talent and drive this young lady possesses. Should she keep up this momentum, she stands a plausible chance of being in the minds of many for all the right reasons.

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  1. Reba McEntire stan March 6, 2016

    Who remembers saaphyri’s lip chap

    • You tried March 6, 2016

      Her rap verse made more sense than Rihanna’s entire song! She was talking s*** and giving real hip hop vibes unlike Drake who was all over the place. Kudos to you lil mama hip hop needs female artist like you!

  2. KingBey March 6, 2016

    somebody should stop her

    • ka March 6, 2016


  3. IGGYorNOTHING March 6, 2016

    Rap was ?…She could’ve blended the singing a lil better tho

    • Abel Minaj (Arianator Barb) March 6, 2016

      @iggyisnothing seeing who you stan for, you shouldn’t be criticizing anybody for anything

      • IGGYorNOTHING March 6, 2016

        Was that suppose to be a read??
        TEAM BIH

      • nicki minaj March 6, 2016

        yo b**** stfu already the fake hate is really annoying grow tf up

  4. sleazy March 6, 2016

    Dope its popular to hate her you know these are going to be on it

  5. Aloys234 March 6, 2016

    I enjoyed that, the rap was on point, the singing didn’t blend well, but it has this awkwardness about it that after a couple listens actually works really well. But in Lil Mamas defence trying to blend to that humm of Rihanna would prove quite tricky. Hats off to her!

  6. Bravo!! March 6, 2016

    Bow wow made that ass clap!!

    • What Now March 6, 2016

      STOP calling this girl Bow Wow!!!! FYI tho, I heard the real Bow Wow really can make it clap tho…

    • Crafr221 March 6, 2016

      Can we stop calling this girl bow wow…….we have all heard it before in 2013……ur late af….have a stadium of seats

  7. HailBeysus March 6, 2016

    Mess! Now she tryna be Rick Ross! ????!

  8. .:: Centurion (14 #1s) ::. March 6, 2016

    Loved it. She most definitely can rap.

  9. King Mark111 /.\ March 6, 2016

    I like this video more than Rihanna’s first version. She can out rap most rappers period, not just females. I don’t see the problem.

    • rosy March 6, 2016

      Rih video is everything and the fact you like a non factor comparing her to a wanna be nicki minaj is tragic

      • King Mark111 /.\ March 6, 2016

        Lil Mama predates Icky, out raps her and came up with that type of flow first. Don’t start

  10. Janet March 6, 2016

    I think people have been sleeping on lil Mama and its time to take notice. This was great and fun. Her Memes song and video were DOPE, as was the mixtape its featured on. I think she is someone to recognize.

  11. Fancy BISH March 6, 2016

    TGJ, make a post about Fat Joe and Remy Ma’s new song All The Way Up…THIS is the Remy we love…HOT HOT HOT 🙂

  12. Lake Erie March 6, 2016

    I liked this alot! Better than Rihannas video. Go lil momma! I got my eyez on you….

  13. well well March 6, 2016

    who dat? some chris brown additive? and they tryna surf on rihanna waves? nicely calculated. now… will it work? pretty dirty blow of smoke on the hype machine.

  14. Rihboy March 6, 2016

    Rapping is on 100! It’s gotten better! It hasn’t always been that way so don’t say we were sleeping on her. She been sleeping for the last several years. She just started waking up around mid last year. Furthermore girl yes for the to motion of work! First keke, then Gia hadid, Elle Varner, now lil mama. Better Stan! This was a cute rendition. It’s not better because it takes away from the cultural aspect of the Jamaican jerk spot and the passa passa theme. But lyrically a1!

    • Rihboy March 6, 2016

      Promotion *

  15. What Now March 6, 2016

    I like it. People shouldn’t come for her because she’s living her dreams, plus why wouldn’t you want cover a #1 hit and generate a little buzz right now?

  16. eric March 6, 2016

    I like Lil Mama, but as much as she talks about being a voice for the young people and helping them find direction, this is a really lousy example. I don’t want to hear any artist say “This is for the grown & s*** only,” because they know good and well how easily accessible their content is.

  17. Matt March 6, 2016

    The rap part was good, but I didn’t like the singing as much.

  18. Xo March 6, 2016

    It was good until she started singing … Why why would you do that?!

  19. Anti ain’t ready to talk another time March 7, 2016

    Nice remix of her own and it alot of people cover Rihanna song feat drake

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