TIA: Future and Drake reunite once again on
their newest cut, “Life Is Good,” with a few bars about old feuds. TIA: Production credits on the track include
D. Hill and Oz, and is the pair’s first official collaboration since “Blue Tint”
on ‘Scorpion’ back in 2018. TIA: Both rappers have been teasing the song over the course of the past month, dropping
snippets on Instagram and in the club. But Future confirmed the song’s premiere
the night before its release in a radio spot on Real 106.1. TIA: Drake starts off, bragging about a custom
Patek Phillippe watch designed by Off-White founder Virgil Abloh that he shared on Instagram
shortly after the song’s release. TIA: He also appears to make a reference to his infamous beef with Pusha T back in 2018,
which he discussed in a recent interview — and said he was over it. DRAKE: From a very early point I’ve never shied away from defending myself. And I’m also sometimes eager to engage if
I feel that you wanna be slick or be offensive behind the scenes, I might choose to address in music. I just realized that nobody cares about
this guy so there’s not really much I can say better than Drake has a baby, he won. TIA: Drake also appears to address his conflict
with Kanye West, who he previously revealed had tried to play a heavy role in the release
of ‘Scorpion.’ DRAKE: You gotta be transparent with me and
you gotta play me your music and tell me when you’re dropping and I know you don’t like
to do things like that. TIA: Later on in his verse, Drake shouts out
Future’s crew, Free Bandz Gang, while again flexing his new jewelry. TIA: Drake and Future have collaborated many,
many times before, beginning all the way back in 2011 on Future’s “Tony Montana,”
with a host of other collabs and features, like the mixtape, ‘What
A Time To Be Alive’ in 2015. Drake was also the only feature on Future’s
album ‘Dirty Sprite 2’ earlier that year. TIA: Back on “Life Is Good,” we hear the
beat switch up halfway through the track as Future takes center stage. TIA: As usual, Future serves up some verses
about living a lavish life full of women and drugs, and at one point he specifically shouts
out professional tennis champion Serena Williams. TIA: And in anticipation of the song’s release,
Future posted a video of himself and Drake sporting matching chains with the caption
“Life Is Good.” TIA: The music video was helmed by Director X, who was also responsible for Drake’s
viral video for “Hotline Bling.” TIA: The “Life Is Good” visual shows Future
and Drake trying out a number of different jobs, ranging from trash collectors, to Apple
store employees, to fast food workers as well as crew members on the set of a fake music
video. DRAKE: What do you wanna do? Go again? You’re the boss. TIA: The video also boasts a host of celebrity
cameos. With fellow rappers Lil Yachty and 21 Savage
both working alongside them, as well as rapper slash actor Big Bank Black and producer
Mike Will Made It. TIA: Within hours of its release, the video
has racked up millions of views, and it’s already shot to the top of the Genius song
chart, with many fans hype to see their favorite duo back together again. TIA: If you wanna learn more about “Life
Is Good,” check out the song page on Genius.com. TIA: I’m Tia with Genius News bringing you
the meaning and the knowledge behind the music.

Author Since: Mar 11, 2019

  1. does anyone else notice the synths on the instrumental for Drake's part are almost the SAME as the synths in Drake's STAR67 (2nd beat)?? like the melody or key is the same

  2. If Pusha or Kanye was to STILL talk about that beef you DICK EATERS would murder them, but since it Drake it’s perfectly fine he addresses it in EVERY interview and STILL do sneak disses!!! Smh

  3. You know hiphop culture is in a bad state now when a culture vulture cornball artist like Drake can thrive in it.

  4. Too many people relating to these lyrics haha

    Side note, I'm trying to help folks of all ages make life gains (so we can work less weekends). Please help grow the platform 🙂 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUCmIC1gwNGnCZjH6ipVGjA

  5. The song is pretty good but it sounds like 2 different songs. The change in flow and feel between verses is so jarring.

  6. THE SONG FIRE, I JUST DON'T LIKE THE 9 – 5 THEME, BLACK PEOPLE SHOULD BE ABLE TO GET THEIR OWN BUSINESSES, I MEAN A 9-5 IS GOOD, HOWEVER I'M A ARTIST FUCK THAT 9-5 SHIT.

  7. If you finally understood the meaning of life is good you should definitely click this as you probably won't understand it too😂

    https://youtu.be/BM_4h4ZZSjU

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