Drake & Future Portray Garbage Men, Mechanics & Fast Food Workers In “Life Is Good” Video
Drake and Future have reunited in their latest music video for their collaboration “Life is Good,” which dropped on Thursday (Jan. 9th). In the rap duo’s five-minute-long clip under the direction of Director X, Drake, 33, and Future, 36, take on a variety of odd jobs throughout the video first suiting up as garbage men, tossing bags of trash into the back of a dumpster truck.
Next, the ‘What a Time To Be Alive,’ artists continue duties as untrained mechanics. Drake was seen using a “how to fix” manual to repair a Bentley.
Afterwards, the rap duo take on what appears to be Apple workers wearing their company’s signature blue t-shirts and black lanyards.
The artists continue as fast food employees. Future works the drive-thru window taking and handing off orders to customers. On the drive-thru window, the sign gives a hilarious message to their customers,
“No bills larger than a $10 bill, you know we ain’t got it!”
In addition, the pair whip up their culinary skills in the kitchen seemingly preparing a cake and desserts.
Throughout the video, rapper Future also made sure to snag a few numbers from a few beautiful ladies. Although, the rapper may have set the customers car a blaze as he chats with her in the lobby.
Several other hip-hop artists make cameos throughout the video including Lil Yachty, super producer Mike WiLL Made-It, and rapper 21 Savage.
Check out their video below:
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