BUZZ Review: Drake, Future try regular jobs in ‘Life Is Good’

From trash-collectors to mechanics, rappers Drake and Future seem to be having fun with ‘regular life’ as they role play in their latest joint single Life Is Good.

In the wavy track, released with an official music video on Thursday (Jan. 9), the two artistes even take jabs at the stereotype of upcoming rappers to hilarious effect.

Paying homage to the working-class man, rappers Drake and Future tackle odd jobs in ‘Life Is Good’. (Photo: YouTube)

“Workin’ on a weekend, like usual. Way off in the deep end, like usual. [Expletive deleted] swear they past us, they doin’ too much. Haven’t done my taxes, I’m too turnt up,” and…just like that, Drake puts himself in the IRS’ radar.

The video is also filled with surprise cameos from hip-hop colleagues 21 Savage, Lil Yatchy (without the red dreadlocks, thank GOD), and Mike Will Made It.

‘Ay, lemme help Lil Yatchy, he ain’t doin’ too well ova der’ – Probably Drake. (Photo: YouTube)

Directed by Little X, the video is rich in visuals and, in usual fashion, a buffet of scantily clad women being distractions for these working men.

From one point of view, the rap superstars were having way too much fun at work as they jumped from job-to-job throughout the track.

Sure, as long as you get her number, Nayvadius. Don’t worry about the garage that’s about to go up in flames. Tuh! (Photo: YouTube)

Or maybe, Drake and Future are paying homage to the daily hustle, as many working-class people often juggle more than one profession to make ends meet.

Check out the video here, BUZZ fam, and tell us what you think!