Drake and Future’s “Life Is Good” video has arrived as promised. The two have debuted their latest collaboration alongside some Director X-helmed visuals.

The video shows Drizzy and Future Hendrix on the job as mechanics, garbage collectors, Apple geniuses and more. Scenes of the two working at a fast food joint are also included after being shot in December.

Watch Drake and Future’s “Life Is Good” video above.

[This post has been updated. The following was originally published by Kyle Eustice on January 9, 2020 at 3:56 p.m. PST.]

As rumors of Drake and Future’s collaborative project What A Time To Be Alive 2 heat up, the two illustrious artists are stoking the flames. Earlier this week, Future hit up his Instagram Stories and shared a clip of the forthcoming “Life Is Good” video featuring both heavy hitters.

Now, it’s finally been confirmed. 

The Real 106.1 made the announcement on Thursday (January 9) and revealed the Director X-helmed video arrives on Friday (January 10).

The brief video snippet Future shared this week begins with a close up of a diamond-encrusted watch and Drake rapping, “Virgil got the Patek on my wrist doing front flips” over a trap-like instrumental.

Then, Drake and Future appear in what looks like some kind of utility room. Future pulls the plug on something and the screen turns red.

What A Time To Be Alive 2 still hasn’t officially been announced, but all signs point to its impending arrival.

Earlier this month, a full version of the duo’s “I Know” track leaked online and shortly before Christmas 2019, they linked up with 21 Savage for a video shoot. The new video is just the latest indication the project is nearing completion.

Until then, revisit the original below.