Drake performs on stage during Day 3 of the 2015 Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival (Weekend 1) at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California, April 12, 2015. Getty Images/Coachella/Kevin Winter

Drake triggered speculations about collaborating with DJ Khaled after the Canadian rapper appeared in a video posted by the hip-hop artist Sunday. This comes after a report stated that Drake and Rihanna met over the weekend to shoot a music video for the latter's anticipated album “Anti.”

In his brief video posted on Instagram, DJ Khaled tells fans that he’s “up to something” and turns the camera to Drake, who is sitting next to him. “Major key. Cloth alert. Be ready,” DJ Khaled said in the video, alongside a caption: “Major *key emoji* special cloth alert stay tuned be ready.”

Besides, Drake seemed to have confirmed that he was teaming up with DJ Khaled by liking another of the 40-year-old’s Instagram video, which featured the 29-year-old “Hotline Bling” star. "IM UP TO SOMETHING ... ride wit me through the journey of more success ... notice how I said MORE!” DJ Khaled captioned the video post.

In the video, Drake and DJ Khaled can be seen greeting each other while surrounded by production vans, lights and camera crews before stopping to take photos together and listening to some music from a nearby vehicle. The video ends with the words “We The Best,” referring to DJ Khaled’s record label.

Meanwhile, reports said that Drake and Rihanna began filming the video for the Barbadian singer's “Anti” album Friday when an alleged casting call surfaced online. The casting call reportedly listed the "FourFiveSeconds" singer and Drake as the artists and used the code name "Work." It also listed roles for "cops" and "horseback riders."