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Watch Future & Drake Work Blue Collar Jobs in the "Life is Good" Video

Watch Future & Drake Work Blue Collar Jobs in the "Life is Good" Video

Future and Drake work a string of blue-collar jobs in the “Life is Good” video.

What would Future and Drake be doing if they weren’t rap superstars? Working 9-5s, obviously. Future has released his latest single, “Life is Good.” The song — which is really like two tracks in one — features a verse from Drake.

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With the release of the song came the video. The “Life is Good” video features the two rap stars working a string of blue-collar jobs, from garbage men to fast good workers to mechanics. The video, which was directed by The Director X, features cameos from the likes of Lil Yachty, 21 Savage, Mike Will Made-It, and Big Bank Black.

Future and Drake have been teasing a new collaboration for weeks now. Last month, a photo of the two rappers on the set of the video popped up on the Internet:

 

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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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During his extended sitdown with Rap Radar, Drake mentioned that the two are constantly creating new music: “We got some stuff,” Drake said during the interview.

Then, earlier this week, both Future and Drake teased a new collation, with some fans speculating that the two were working on the sequel to their 2015 mixtape, What a Time to Be Alive.

The clearest indication something was coming happened when Future posted a video of him and Drake showing off matching chains.

 

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Y’all ready for life is good?

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Jason of Beverly Hills made the chains. And a representative from the company told Complex that the chains cost $200,000 each.

 

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Animal Kingdom. #jasonofbh #jasonofbeverlyhills #thatredstripe #future #drizzy

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It’s not clear if this is just one song or if the two have another extended project together.



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