"Life is Good" marks the pair's first collaboration since their 2018 "Blue Tint," which appeared on Drake's fifth album "Scorpion."
Future and Drake first teased the collaborative project earlier this week, both sharing a picture of a laptop screening the closing titles of what appears to be a music video for "Life Is Good" on their Instagram Stories.
While Drake teased that the single would drop "soon soon," "Life Is Good" finally arrived on January 10 alongside an accompanying video.
The visual, helmed by Director X, finds the two musicians working several jobs together, getting their hands dirty as garbage collectors, mechanics, drive-thru workers and pastry chefs.
"Workin' on the weekend like usual/ Way off in the deep end like usual/ N****s swear they passed us, they doin' too much/ Haven't done my taxes, I'm too turnt up," Drake sings, before calling out his many enemies in the rap scene.
The clip also includes cameo appearances from fellow chart-toppers Lil Yachty, 21 Savage, Mike Will Made-It and Big Bank Black.
Prior to "Life Is Good," Drake and Future teamed up multiple times in the past, including for their 2015 "What a Time to Be Alive" mixtape.
Future addressed rumors that the much-anticipated sequel to their collaborative album was in the works, telling Cleveland's Real 106.1 radio that Drake was solely a feature on "Life Is Good."
While the Atlanta rapper dropped "The Wizrd" in January 2019, he recently collaborated with Mexican brand 1800 Tequila to curate a collaborative album featuring seven up-and-coming artists.
Meanwhile, Drake is kicking off the new year in full swing, working on his highly-anticipated sixth studio album and prepping the fourth season of British TV series "Top Boy."
In the meantime, discover the accompanying music video for "Life Is Good":