Via an Instagram Story post late Sunday, Drake let fans know that he and his What a Time to Be Alive collaborator indeed have something nearing readiness. If one looks closely at the post, the "Life Is Good" (though any potential WATTBA follow-up full-length could also boast the same title) post shows a song-esque/video-esque running time for the collab.
After all, this is merely the latest sign that Drake and Future's next chapter of collaborative excellence is upon us. Just last month, the two were spotted with 21 Savage possibly shooting a video of some sort at a McDonald's in the Atlanta area.
Shortly before teasing fans with the "Life Is Good" update, Drake shared an IG note detailing the intention behind his latest track "War," which dropped in December and endured a YouTube re-upload following a spat of mini-controversy. "My goal is to always uplift and show love to rappers that are buzzing and gaining the world's attention," Drake told fans. "My goal is to use our talks that we all use without having it feel like I am taking sides."
Drake's most recent full-length is 2018's Scorpion, which notably included the severely underrated "Summer Games." WATTBA, meanwhile, turns five years old in September.