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Drake and Future Might Be Teaming up on New Music Collab “Life Is Good”

Drake and Future Release Another Teaser of New Music Collaboration

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UPDATE: Future and Drake release more teasers of forthcoming music and video collaboration.

After unveiling an image of what appears to be new music, Future has shared a clip of a song featuring Drake. It could potentially be the track “Life Is Good.” In the video you can hear the Toronto rapper rap “Virgil got the Patek on my wrist doing frontflips.”

In addition to the above clip, a video of Future in the scene of a music video has also surfaced. The behind-the-scenes content doesn’t include Drake despite him being tagged.

 

The Toronto rapper took to his Instagram to share the title for the potential collaboration.

Drake has teased a potential collaboration between him and Future titled “Life Is Good.”

On an Instagram Story posted late yesterday, Drake shared an image alluding to the new music that will feature the Atlanta rapper, Future also shared the same image. The last time the two released a full length project was 2015’s critically acclaimed What A Time To Be Alive. The “Life Is Good” teaser also features what appears to be running time, which could point to a video or just a song.

 

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Drake via his IG story 👀👀👀👀🎬🎶

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Back in December, Drake and Future were seen with 21 Savage potentially working on a collaborative video at a McDonald’s in Atlanta. This spotting may be a part of the forthcoming “Life Is Good” project.

 

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Drake, Future, and 21 Savage teamed up to shoot a video at a McDonald’s in Atlanta this week 👀🍟

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Before sharing the “Life Is Good” teaser, Drake posted an Instagram Story update on his newest song “War” which was released in December. The official video for the song received an update and YouTube re-upload after an extra pleaded guilty to a charge, reports Rolling Stone. On the track “War” Drake wrote: “My goal is to always uplift and show love to rappers that are buzzing and gaining the world’s attention.” He also shared, “My goal is to use our talks that we all use without having it feel like I am taking sides.” 

The Toronto rapper’s last album Scorpion dropped in 2018 and featured appearances by JAY-Z, City Girls and more. What A Time To Be Alive was a cultural moment remembered mostly for the popular songs “Diamonds Dancing,” “Plastic Bag,” and “Jumpman.”



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