By Rachel Yang
January 10, 2020 at 01:49 AM EST

We might know what Drake and Future would be up to if they weren’t world-famous rappers — and judging by their burger-flipping skills, it’s a good thing they made it big.

The two artists dropped a new music video Thursday night for their trap song “Life Is Good,” and the visuals show them royally screwing up jobs as garbage men, chefs, fast food workers, computer technicians, and more. Lil Yachty, 21 Savage, Mike Will Made-It, and Big Bank Black all make cameos in the video.


The song is all about Drake and Future celebrating their work ethic and resulting lifestyle with lines like “Workin’ on the weekend like usual / Way off in the deep end like usual” and “Virgil got that Patek on my wrist goin’ nuts” (in reference to Off White creator Virgil Abloh).

The video imagines what their lives would look like if they had normal jobs, and features plenty of funny sight gags. The two play sales associates at an Apple-like company with Lil Yachty, accidentally set a car on fire working as mechanics, and cook at a fast-food place called “Hotlanta’s” with 21 Savage as the cashier. There’s even a mid-video skit where the “aspiring rappers” talk about their musical dreams after their shift.


The new drop, helmed by Director X, comes less than a week after Drake teased music with Future. The frequent collaborators are behind tracks like “Used to This” and “Grammys,” and they released the joint album What a Time to Be Alive in 2015.

The pair hinted at a “top secret” second collab effort back in April, but it’s too soon to tell what that could look like or if “Life Is Good” will be part of it.

The song can now be streamed on Spotify, Apple Music, and other platforms.

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