Drake and Future have been teasing new music recently. On Friday (Jan. 10), they came through with a new single titled "Life Is Good."

The fresh banger is produced by OZ and D. Hill, and has dreamy chords with a mid-tempo vibe. Both rappers spit about the life they chose and the ups, downs, lefts and rights that go with it.

"Workin' on the weekend like usual/Way off in the deep end like usual," Drake rhymes on the chorus. "Niggas swear they passed us, they doin' too much/Haven't done my taxes, I'm too turnt up/Virgil got that Patek on my wrist goin' nuts/Niggas caught me slippin' once, okay, so what?/Someone hit your block up, I'd tell you if it was us/Manor house in Rosewood, this shit too plush."

Future comes second with his own verse and accompanying chorus.

"Granny, she was standin' right there/While I catch a play on a brick, woo," he spits on the verse. "I make them lil' niggas go haywire/Taliban in this bitch, woo/I done been down bad in them trenches/Had to ride with that stick, woo/Who gave you pills? Who gave you that desert?/Pluto sent you on licks, woo."

The duo also dropped a video for the track, which is directed by Director X and shows the rappers working regular jobs such as trash men, mechanics and fast-food workers. The visual features cameos from 21 Savage, Mike Will Made-It, Lil Yachty and Big Bank Black.

The single will presumably be on the follow-up to their 2015 collab project What a Time to Be Alive, which they've been teasing since earlier this year when Drizzy was on tour.

Listen to Drake and Future's new "Life Is Good" track below.

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