Following days of teases of varying degrees of specificity, Future has now shared an apparent clip from a new track that may or may not be "Life Is Good." The clip, frustratingly, is brief. However, at least you can hear Drake rap "Virgil got the Patek on my wrist doing frontflips."
A behind-the-scenes clip from a presumed music video is also now making the rounds, notably following reports from back in December that the proven What a Time to Be Alive collaborators had been seen shooting something (possibly something completely different???) at a McDonald's in Atlanta.
Despite being released five extremely long years ago, Drake and Future's What a Time to Be Alive still gets the people going like few other collab projects, thanks in part to highlights like "Jumpman" (which was later interpolated on Kanye West's "Facts") and "Big Rings." Not too much is known for certain about the impending arrival of whatever the two have been teasing as of late, but we've got the updated rundown right here for easy perusal.
Back in December, Drake joined Elliott Wilson and Brian "B.Dot" Miller for a Rap Radar discussion spanning two hours. The discussion did indeed see some mentions of what's next regarding new music, with Drake revealing he was taking his time crafting the next solo chapter.
"I’ll go like three weeks in between making songs, just because like I’m just kind of enjoying life," he said. "I’m enjoying living, going out with people. Investing in personal connections, and it’s just making my music better."
Personally, I'm still awaiting a follow-up interview centered entirely on the songwriting process at the heart of "Summer Games."