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Rihanna and Drake reportedly filmed a music video together for her upcoming album "Anti." Pictured: Rihanna at the artwork reveal party for "Anti" in Los Angeles, Oct. 7, 2015. Getty Images

Rihanna and Drake supposedly met up over the weekend to film a crazy music video for her upcoming album, "Anti." The video, which featured horses etched with black drawings, was reportedly shot in Los Angeles.

Rumors that Rihanna and Drake were filming the video started Friday when an alleged casting call surfaced online. According to Hip Hop News, the casting call listed the "FourFiveSeconds" singer and Drake as the artists and used the code name "Work." It also listed roles for "cops" and "horseback riders."

The outlet also reported that Vevo stated on the casting call that "Anti" could be released any day now. Of course, Rihanna isn't confirming or denying she shot a music video with Drake, but on Sunday alleged photos from the set started surfacing online. A few Rihanna fans also claim DJ Khaled was at the video shoot as well.

As previously reported, an alleged track list for "Anti" leaked online earlier this week. It suggested Rihanna's album would include 22 songs, as well as an interlude called "James Joint." One of those 22 songs was a collaboration with Drake for a track called "1988." The rumored track list also stated that "Anti" would be released Feb. 12, 2016. However, Urban Islandz cited a source saying that the album could drop in the next few days "without notice."

If the rumors are true, this wouldn't be the first time the "Jumpman" rapper and Rihanna released a song together. The two collaborated on Drake's "Take Care" from his 2011 album of the same name and on Rihanna’s "What's My Name" from the 2010 album "Loud."