The internet has no chill. Dozens of memes infiltrated social media after Drake and Future released their new project, What a Time to Be Alive, on Sunday (Sept. 20).

One hilarious meme superimposed Future and Drake's head on the bodies of LeBron James and Norris Cole, respectively, as the Toronto rapper provides an assist to let the DS2 creator dunk over Meek Mill, whose head is fashioned over Boston Celtics player, Jason Terry.

Many other tweets set social media ablaze by calling WATTBA "fire" -- or using a bunch of flame emojis. One post even showed the Atlanta rapper and Drizzy as cavemen inventing "fire," shown as the cover of their project.

Either way, the tape is changing behavior. "This mixtape is so real. I'm tempted to text my ex after every Drake verse then Future brings me back to my senses. This is beautiful," tweeted one listener. Another posted that they'll be driving much better to the sounds of "Big Rings."

But it seems not everyone was impressed by the new music. Kid Cudi tweeted, "some of you are so easily amused and impressed by mediocrity," shortly after the release of WATTBA, which caused some fans to think Cudder was taking subliminal shots at the two.

Hip-hop fans got petty as well, dropping diamond emojis in the Instagram comments section for Ciara, Russell Wilson and Meek Mill. The diamond is the unofficial symbol of Drake and Future's new tape since it appears on the cover art.

Another social media user connected the news of Viola Davis, Uzo Aduba and Regina King winning an Emmy last night to the release of the tape (along with one other good event). "Black People Winning Emmy Awards. Popeyes Brought The $5 Box Back. Drake & Future Dropped A Mixtape. What A Time To Be Alive." It surely is.

Check out the thoughts on WATTBA from around internet below.

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