Future and Drake may've just wrapped their Summer Sixteen tour, but that doesn't mean they're not still working together, as Future just dropped visuals for the Zaytoven produced ditty, "Used to This" featuring Drizzy.

Fittingly, the video (directed by Eif Rivera), was partially shot during their massively popular sold out tour. The colorful, worldly video shows the pair dancing and showing off their tattoos on a field during a women's soccer game.

Future's verse finds the Atlanta rapper bragging about his money and penchant for "tropicana b----es".

"There's Iceland in my wrist, I done got used to this/Tropicana b----es, I got all kinda flavors/Selling dope all my life, I can't do minimum wage," he raps on the first verse.

Meanwhile, Drake continues sharing his love for his lambos, while insisting he'll never leave the homies behind just because he's used to be rich now, which can pretty much be taken as truth seeing as how he just bought his little homie 21 Savage a Ferrari for his birthday this week.

"Lambo come alive man, I'm used to this/No one looks surprised cause we used to this/I'ma make sure that we get used to this/Treat my brother's kids like they one of my kids," Drizzy spits.

You can download "Used to This" on iTunes. Watch the video above.