Drake and Future's first collaborative album, What a Time to Be Alive, took the world by storm in 2015. Five years later, it looks like the two are ready to come back with a new project.

In a recent two-hour interview with Rap Radar, the Toronto rapper revealed that he never stopped working with Future. When asked if the two were "cooking up again," Drake laughed and replied with, "We’re always working, we’re always working. We got some stuff.”

Future and Drake's new project, rumored to be titled What a Time to Be Alive 2, already has social media platforms buzzing with rumors and leaks, and fans seem to be excited as ever. Below, we've gathered everything there is to know about the upcoming project, from a possible release date and tracklist to guest stars and music videos.

Be sure to check back as we'll add any new information as it drops.

Drake and Future's album release date

Drake and Future's second project doesn't have a confirmed release date as of yet. However, the album could be dropping sooner rather than later. The Canadian rapper revealed on Instagram that it's coming "soon, soon."

Drake and Future's album title

Thanks to an Instagram story posted back in April 2019, fans have been speculating that the new project will be titled What a Time to Be Alive 2 for some time. In the clip, Drake can be seen throwing up the deuces, saying "What's that? We gotta cook that up, that two." Future then hints at the fact that the album is already done, "It's already cooked."

Drake and Future's album tracklist and artwork

In early January, Drake continued to fuel the rumors teasing a collaboration with Future named "Life Is Good" via Instagram. Now, that track and video have officially dropped, so it's likely it'll appear on the album, too. Watch below.

Drake and Future followed the release of "Life Is Good" with a surprise drop, titled "Desires." Produced by D. Hill, the track was first teased on Twitter before Drake shared the full version on his SoundCloud. You can stream it underneath.

In the summer of 2019, unreleased tracks such as "Big Mood" and "I Know" surfaced online. Though there's not an official tracklist yet, we suspect that the aforementioned songs will end up on Drake and Future's upcoming project.

ATL Jacob, a producer signed to Future's label Freebandz, also teased the album in the spring. Taking to Instagram Stories, the young producer revealed a photo of his laptop screen, showing a number of files named "FUT X DRA" and "FGB."


Recently, Future also showed off matching OVO/FBG chains, with an unreleased Drake collab playing in the background. The song was later previewed at the club by DJ McDaniels, Don Toliver's DJ.

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As of right now, there isn't any official artwork out.

Drake and Future are already shooting videos

Last month, Drake and Future were spotted shooting a music video in Atlanta. The two were seen taking over a McDonalds, shooting in fast-food uniforms with an "H" logo and working behind the counter.

The album could include appearances from 21 Savage, Metro Boomin & more

The unreleased music video shot at a McDonald's didn't star only Future and Drake, but also 21 Savage and long-time collaborator Metro Boomin. Whatever song the music video is for, it's likely that it's produced by Metro Boomin and features a guest verse by 21 Savage.

Atlanta-based producer Metro Boomin was behind most of Drake and Future's first project, What a Time to Be Alive, so it makes sense that the two would link up with him again. The project also featured productions from Southside and Boi-1da, so it's likely that the two will also make an appearance on the new project.

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