Future & Drake’s single “Life Is Good” is certified Diamond

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The past week has been one of the best of the year for Future. In addition to celebrating his 38th birthday with a mafia-themed party and a private one at Dave & Buster’s, the rapper saw one of his 2020 singles take a major milestone in receiving Diamond certification . It is “Life Is Good”, a featuring with Drake which, since its release, continues to amaze fans of the two icons of American hip-hop.

A deserved certification

Last night, Future manager Dwight Elder posted an Instagram story of the artist receiving his diamond plaque for his song “Life Is Good,” a featuring with Drake, released in January 2020. The track climbed to ‘No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 over the months since its release and was also included on Future’s eighth studio album , High Off Life , released last May. Note that the latter reached first place in the Billboard 200 chart and was certified platinum in July. As a reminder, “Life Is Good” was produced by the legendary D. Hill, who died in October.

 

A certification that validly pays tribute to the memory of D. Hill

D. Hill, a multi-stage producer who worked with Drake, Future and Lil Uzi Vert during his successful career, is no longer of this world. The sad news was announced on Thursday, October 14 by another producer, Mojo Krazy , and then confirmed by D. Hill’s grandmother, who wrote on Facebook: “  Please pray for my family… My grandson Darius Hill is deceased… Continue to pray for his family and friends as we go through the day ahead. ” 

Details surrounding the producer’s death remain unknown, however, as the cause of death has yet to be revealed. Originally from Hartwell, Georgia, D. Hill real name Darius Hill is best known for co-producing Drake and Future’s 9-time platinum and Grammy-nominated hit “Life Is Good” by Drake and Future . He also produced numerous songs from Future and Lil Uzi Vert’s joint album, Pluto x Baby Pluto, namely ”  I Don’t Wanna Break Up “, ”  Sleeping On the Floor  ” and ”  Over Your Head “.

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