Drake & Future Could Be Teasing 'What a Time to Be Alive 2'

Diamonds emojis incoming.

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Keeping their fans in anticipation, Drake and Future recently teased what seems to be the sequel to What a Time to Be Alive.

In an Instagram story, the duo are seen listening to a track with Drake noting, “We gotta cook that up. That two.” Surprisingly Hendrix responds, “It’s already cooked up, Top secret.

Obviously, the quick conversation between the two instantly stirred up rumors of What a Time to Be Alive 2. Adding fuel to the fire, Future also took to Twitter to post two diamond emojis, which seems fitting for the potential sequel. What a Time to Be Alive 2 has been rumored to be completed for a while now, but we will need to wait to see if we should be getting ready for another collaboration.

Stay tuned for more details when they become available.

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