Drake and Future reunite for the umpteenth time on the new track "Used to This." The accompanying video, which dropped last night, finds the rap BFFS taking over a soccer field that's filled with female players. 

Produced by frequent Future collaborator Zaytoven, the song is laced with a piano medley and appears to sample Atlanta rapper Dae Dae's viral hit "Wat U Mean (Aye, Aye, Aye)." "Used to This" is the first taste of the Beast Mode 16 mixtape that Zaytoven announced in September. It is yet another boring collaboration following Views' "Grammys." Maybe it's time for these guys to take a break and see other people.

"We’re really done. But we keep working though," Zaytoven told Vlad TV. "Future’s the guy, like, where if I send him some beats while he on the road and there’s a pack of beats that he really like, if there’s a new vibe or new wave, he's like, 'Man, keep feeding me more. Feed me more of this every day.'"

Beast Mode 16 will be Future's third project of the year, following EVOL and Purple Reign. He recently hit the road with Drizzy on the Summer Sixteen Tour. For more of Drake and Future, listen to our roundup of the pair's darkest songs.

Below, check out an episode of Fuse's original series The Drake Effect: