Drake and Future are keeping occupied in their most recent music video.
The rappers maintain a few sources of income in the video “Life is Good.”
It highlights them getting their hands filthy as junk jockeys, mechanics, cheap food laborers, gourmet experts, IT laborers and that’s only the tip of the iceberg.
Coordinated by Little X, the video additionally incorporates appearances by a portion of their hip-bounce partners, as Big Bank Black, Lil Yachty, 21 Savage and Mike Will Made it.
We may recognize what Drake and Future would be up to in the event that they weren’t world-well-known rappers — and making a decision by their burger-flipping abilities, it really is great that they became famous.
The two craftsmen dropped another music video Thursday night for their snare melody “Life Is Good,” and the visuals show them regally spoiling employments as trash collectors, culinary experts, cheap food laborers, PC professionals, and that’s just the beginning. Lil Yachty, 21 Savage, Mike Will Made-It, and Big Bank Black all make appearances in the video.
The tune is about Drake and Future commending their hard-working attitude and coming about way of life with lines like “Workin’ toward the end of the week like normal/Way off in the profound end like common” and “Virgil got that Patek on my wrist goin’ nuts” (in reference to Off White maker Virgil Abloh).
The video envisions what their lives would resemble in the event that they had ordinary occupations, and highlights a lot of clever sight chokes. The two play deals partners at an Apple-like organization with Lil Yachty inadvertently set a vehicle ablaze filling in as mechanics, and cook at a cheap food place called “Hotlanta’s” with 21 Savage as the clerk. There’s even a mid-video drama where the “trying rappers” talk about their melodic dreams after their day of work.
The new drop, helmed by Director X, comes not exactly seven days after Drake prodded music with Future. The continuous associates are behind tracks like “Used to This” and “Grammys,” and they discharged the joint collection What a Time to Be Alive in 2015.
The pair alluded to a “top mystery” second collab exertion back in April, yet it’s too early to determine what that could resemble or if “Life Is Good” will be a piece of it.
The tune would now be able to be gushed on Spotify, Apple Music, and different stages.