The New Drake & Future Collab May Be Coming Sooner Than We Think

The New Drake & Future Collab May Be Coming Sooner Than We Think

ATLANTA, GA - JULY 22: Drake and Future perform on stage at Gucci and Friends Homecoming Concert at Fox Theatre on July 22, 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images for Atlantic Records)

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Champagne Papi teased a possible new track name on his IG story.

We already had an idea that 2020 was going to be CRAZY album wise. It’s a new decade, a new slate, and some of the biggest names in hip-hop are gearing up to drop projects this year. We’re expecting new heat from Lil Uzi Vert, Cardi B, J. Cole, Kendrick Lamar, Big Sean, Lil Wayne, Kid Cudi and of course another Drake and Future album.

The two have long been teasing their sequel project What A Time To Be Alive 2 and after being caught in the act shooting a surprise video in Atlanta a few weeks ago, the buzz has been louder than EVER.

Well late last night Drizzy took to his IG story to shared a pic of his computer screen that read “Life Is Good, Future + Drake”. He also @’d Future and put the side eye emoijis. So basically in social media talk: IT’S ON AND POPPINGTON JU HEARDDD?!?! Anyway, again no release date YET, but we’re close people. I can feel it!!!

Peep his story post below if you missed it:

“Life Is Good” could be off the long-awaited sequel to Future and Drake’s 2015 joint mixtape What a Time to Be Alive. The rappers have been building anticipation for the project since last year, sharing Instagram videos and snippets.

Last month, the OVO x FBG duo took over an Atlanta-area McDonald’s to shoot a video for an undisclosed song where they played fast food workers. They were also joined on set by 21 Savage and Mike WiLL Made-It.

Just days ago, a song named “I Know” leaked online before being removed. Future previously previewed a clip of the track on his Instagram Story over the summer.

If Drake’s latest tease is any indication, the wait for new music may soon be over.

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