The Summer Sixteen tourmates don’t disappoint on their latest collaboration “Used to This,” where they rap about the opulent lifestyle that has become pretty normal to them. The song debuted with the video, which features a faux Mexican women’s national soccer team. Drake and Future even don custom soccer jerseys with their names and the number 16 emblazoned on the back of them.
Halfway through the song, Future’s muddled rapping makes way for Drake’s auto-tuned verse about decisions he’s made with lines like, “Never made a move out here unless I was certain.”
Drizzy also pays homage to his friends, who’ve been down since he beginning.
“I’m with everyone that I was here with in the first place /Making sure that they all good before they close the curtain,” he raps.
“Used to This” is reportedly the first cut off of Future’s upcoming Beast Mode 16 mixtape.
Watch the video above.
SOURCE: YouTube | PHOTO CREDIT: Prince Williams / Getty
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