Drake and Future may or may not have prepared a sequel.
It's been a little over three years since Drake and Future teamed up to deliver What A Time To Be Alive. The project, while hardly matching the heights of their respective musical peaks, was a fun album lined with bangers across the board. Since then, Drake and Future collaborations have been few and far between, with their last link-up transpiring on Scorpion's "Blue Faces." Yet many fans have wondered whether the pair have unfinished business in the form of What A Time To Be Alive 2. As it happens, there may very well be credence to the rumors. However, you'll have to take this one well salted, as neither party has officially confirmed the development.
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Onsmash has reported that Future and Drake have already completed the sequel, with brand new music at that. Citing a "source," the pair have managed to slide into the studio during an undetermined time period, concocting an album's worth of material. They claim that Drake is the deciding factor regarding the release, as a Future collaboration may very well interfere with the rollout of his own 2019 project. Still, the source is said to be close to Future and Thug's camp, having previously teased information about HNDRXX 2, which was meant to be a surprise album earlier this month. Unfortunately, Fewtch decided to hold off, in order to let Gunna's Drip Or Drown 2 have a moment to shine.
Once again, treat this one as a rumor and nothing more, but consider that stranger things have indeed happened. Future is nothing if not prolific, and it wouldn't be surprising to see him and Drake return to the fold for another go-around. Hopefully, we can gain a deeper insight into the anticipated sequel. Where Drizzy and Future's recent collaborative music is concerned, it's indeed somewhat of a drought.