DJ Carnage and Young Thug have carved out their own paths in the rap game and have joined forces to create Young Martha — which doubles as the name of the pair’s new group and the title of their forthcoming effort. To commemorate their new endeavor, the duo unveiled their first single titled “Homie.” featuring Meek Mill and a gory accompanying visual.
From the get-go, twin sisters are seen striking an antique piano nestled in a room filled with vintage portraits of Thugger, Meek and Carnage pinned upside down on the wall, as a haunting piano melody plays. Thugger is seated at a dining table in the mansion and raps into the camera as butlers serve him and his guest — a businessman, who is seated on the opposite of the table.
“Fuck n—a try me in any angle/ I’ma shoot him and turn him into an angel,” Thugger raps in a raspy, spine-chilling voice. As the visual unfolds, the businessman feels the rapper’s wrath. The camera later floats over to the dining table to find Thugger’s guest unconscious with a group of butlers surrounding the lifeless body, preparing to tie him up with a rope.
Meek later emerges onto the scene and is laid out on the ceiling. The clip then shows a gruesome drawing of a killing created by the twin sisters. Carnage, unfazed by the events that just transpired in the mansion, is tucked away in a corner as the butlers suspend the dead body in the air. The twin sisters rejoice, and the visual ends with Thug and Carnage pushing the camera out to show the house workers cleaning up the day’s damage.
Young Martha weren’t the only ones to gift fans on Friday. Meek also dropped off his squad anthem “Team Rich” off the soundtrack for the upcoming film True to the Game. Meek plows through the bass-heavy track with his signature aggressiveness as he raps about sharing his success with his crew, referencing a few popular street films like Paid In Full (“Look what pop did to Mitch, he done moved thirteen bricks”) and Scarface (“Shit, I feel like Tony Montana”).