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You'll want DNCE to mess around in your office after watching their 'Work' cover

The music video will give you ideas about what to do when the boss isn't around

By Andrea Tim | Published: 2 Mar 2016

Video: DNCE

Work becomes play when you make music out of the mundane sounds of office equipment, which is what DNCE used for their cover of Rihanna's Work. In stark contrast to the original and very raunchy music video, Joe Jonas and his band take on the song in a literal sense, and the result is pretty cute.

Co-starring a well-behaved dog wearing a suit and tie, the music video flashes through more desk stationery than we can count. We won't say this version beats Rihanna and Drake's original, but did they put a fun spin on Work in both the music and video? Yes, especially because of the suit-wearing dog.

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