Rhianna’s latest single “Work” is on the iPod of many across the country, but the singer waited almost a month to give fans a video to go with it. The highly anticipated result, which was released yesterday, is a double offering, with two different creative and sartorial approaches. In director Tim Erem’s version, Rhianna sports long, sleek hair and a sparkly, nipple-baring top while grinding on Drake in  a “Hotline Bling”-esque neon pink lit room. But Direct X’s version feels more like the true visual match of the song and will no doubt have many ready for spring break. Filmed on location at Toronto’s Caribbean restaurant The Real Jerk, Rhianna wines in the dancehall setting wearing a Rastafarian-hued, slinky net dress by Tommy Hilfiger, along with a matching crocheted bikini top by the designer. Hilfiger was inspired by his many visits to Mustique for his spring collection, which also includes topical prints, mesh tops, crocheted bikinis, dresses and bucket hats. Paired with a dog collar choker, knee-high gold gladiators, rings on each finger and dark lips, Rhianna’s attire is a bit maximalist for a tropical vacation. But without the accouterments, it’s a bikini and matching cover up. Since the dress and swim suit are available in stores, it’s a safe bet that it will be a hit on the beach this season. Janet Jackson will take her “Unbreakable World Tour” to the Dubai World Cup on March 26. The singer announced the news via her Twitter account yesterday. Access to the concert, scheduled for 10:00 p.m. at the Apron Views concert stage that evening, is exclusive to ticket holders for the annual horse race. Four days later, the star will kick off the European leg of the “Unbreakable World Tour” March 30 in Birmingham, UK. Jackson will return stateside on May 14 in Las Vegas. The tour, her first since 2011, will end on Aug. 28 in Cleveland. With “Unbreakable”, Jackson became the third artist to earn No. 1 albums in each of the four decades. After leaving the major label system following the release of his ninth studio album “Paperwork” in 2014, rapper T. I. announced that he has signed a distribution deal with Rock Nation for his upcoming album, “Dime Trap”, and joins a list of artist who are co-owners of Tidel. A possible deal being made became apparent when T.I. announced during a  pop up performance at Greenbriar Mall in his hometown of Atlanta that the show would be live streamed on the service as part of  its Tidel X concert series. At the same time, he released  his new single “Money Talk” on the service as well. He joins the likes of Kanye West, Beyoncé, J. Cole, Nicki Minja, Rhianna, Usher and others who have stakes in the service and appeared at  its launch event last March. Rapper Lil Wayne joined in June.