"Life is Good" is the latest collaboration from Drake and Future since "Blue Tint" in 2018

By Georgia Slater
January 10, 2020 12:50 PM
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Drake and Future are getting to work in the music video for their latest collaboration “Life is Good,” which dropped Thursday.

In the five-minute-long clip, directed by Director X, the artists take on a variety of odd jobs as they rap about “working on the weekend like usual.”

The video begins with Drake, 33, and Future, 36, suited up as garbage men and tossing bags of trash into the back of a dumpster truck.

The artists continue to rap about their weekend duties and being “way off in the deep end like usual” as they switch to jobs like tech store employees, mechanics, drive-thru workers and fancy chefs.

Several other hip-hop artists make cameos throughout the video including Lil Yachty, 21 Savage, Mike WiLL Made-It and Big Bank Black.

Future - Life Is Good (Official Music Video) ft. Drake
Credit: Future/YouTube
Future - Life Is Good (Official Music Video) ft. Drake
Credit: Future/YouTube

“Life is Good” serves as the latest collaboration from the two rappers since “Blue Tint” in 2018. The two also teamed up on Drake’s 2016 track “Used to This” and the mixtape What a Time to Be Alive in 2015.

Future - Life Is Good (Official Music Video) ft. Drake
Credit: Future/YouTube

Ahead of Drake’s “Life is Good” release, he received several nominations for both the 2020 Grammy Awards and iHeartRadio Music Awards.

The “Nice for What” artist scored Grammy nods for best R&B song for his appearance on Chris Brown’s “No Guidance” as well as best rap song for Rick Ross’ “Gold Roses.”

Drake is seen backstage during the 2019 Billboard Music Awards
Credit: Jeff Kravitz/BBMA2019/FilmMagic

Drake also earned six nominations for the iHeartRadio Music Awards including hip-hop artist of the year, hip-hop song of the year and R&B song of the year.