Future and Drake Reunite on 'Life Is Good'
After teasing new music for months, Future and Drake reunite on their long-awaited collaboration “Life Is Good.”
“Working on the weekend like usual / Way off in the deep end like usual,” raps Drake. “Ni**as swear they passed us, they doing too much / Haven’t done my taxes, I’m too turnt up.”
Hndrxx serves up his own dope verse: “We some poor, high-class ni**as / Made it, we rich,” he raps, while boasting about blowing “hunnid thousand for the cheapest ring.”
The cinematic video, directed by X, finds the two taking on odd jobs including garbage collectors, Apple employees, mechanics, pastry chefs, and fast-food workers, with cameos from Lil Yachty, 21 Savage, Big Bank Black, and Mike WiLL Made-It. Future aspires to be a rapper (“You can’t spit,” Drake tells him) before shooting his own music video directed by
Little X Julien Christian Lutz.
Drake and Future are reportedly readying a sequel to their 2015 joint mixtape What a Time to Be Alive. However, “Life Is Good” is being officially billed as Future featuring Drake.