Drake and Future are chefs, garbage men and IT workers in music video for Life is Good

Two hip-hop artists have teamed up on several occasions in the past

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Drake and Future have shared the video for their new collaboration “Life is Good”.

The clip, which was shot by Director X, stars 21 Savage, Lil Yachty, Mike Will Made-It and Big Bank Black in various cameos.

Drake and Future are seen working together as chefs, garbage men, mechanics, fast-food workers and IT assistants in a store reminiscent of Apple (the logo of the shop they’re working in is a peach).

See the video below:

On the track, both artists rap about the ups and downs of life, and the choices they’ve made.

The two hip-hop artists have teamed up on several occasions in the past, including for the 2015 mixtape What a Time to Be Alive.

Future also appeared on Drake’s 2018 album Scorpion, on the track “Blue Tint”.

Future released his latest studio album, Future Hndrxx Presents: The Wizard, along with the SAVE ME EP, in 2019.

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