In his recent Rap Radar interview, Drake said that he and Future were “always working,” and if Drake’s recent Instagram Story is any indication, we might be hearing the fruits of their labor very soon.

The 6 God shared a video teasing a 5-minute project titled, ‘Life is Good’ on his laptop screen. Given the length and the fact that Future is tagged in the Story, it looks as though we could be getting a music video from the long-time collaborators.

It's been five years since Drake and Future’s collaborative album What A Time To Be Alive was released. Last year, Drake and Future teased that the anticipated follow-up mixtape was on the way. Yet, despite leaked tracks and cryptic Instagram Stories, the album failed to materialize.

Back in December the rappers were spotted inside a McDonald’s donning fast-food uniforms and working behind the counter in what appeared to be a music video shoot.

In combination, these sightings, snippets and Instagram Stories indicate that new music and maybe even a new album is on its way. Stay tuned for updates.

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