What a time to be alive.
Drake and Future may have new music on the way. Champagne Papi took to Instagram on Monday night to share a couple photos of him in the lab with Hndrxx as well as Metro Boomin. He captioned the pics with three emojis including the wizard and owl.
It’s unclear what they’re working on, but Drake’s followers have already started speculating, hoping for a sequel to their 2018 album What a Time to Be Alive. “WATTBA 2 We need it,” wrote one, while another added, “Please bless us with that WATTBA2 bruh.”
Back in 2019, the duo teased a follow-up to their collaborative project, but it never came to fruition. Instead, Future released his Drake-assisted single “Life Is Good” in January 2020.
Drake continues to work on his long-awaited album Certified Lover Boy, and seemed to hint that new music was dropping soon. “LOADING…” he captioned a solo photo of himself.
The original What a Time to Be Alive arrived in September 2015 featuring production from Metro Boomin and Southside. It debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and spawned hits including “Jumpman.”
Last month, the Artist of the Decade teased a song called “Fair Trade” that is believed to be from his CLB sessions.