Back in May, Young M.A liberated her sophomore LP Off The Yak, which sees 11 tracks with additional features from Fivio Foreign, Rubi Rose, Max YB, and WAP5TAR. Over the weekend, the Brooklyn emcee decided to drop off a new visual from said release for “Henny’d Up,” a NY Bangers-produced effort that — as the title makes clear — is centered around being inebriated and living the rich lifestyle:
“Man, I’m Henny’d up, Styrofoam, call this bitch my sippy cup, high as shit, pissy drunk, prolly fuck my kidneys up, I’m Fendi’d down, Fendi’d up, the money callin’, it just hit me up like, “Pick me up,” ay, hello baby, I go crazy, no, I go brazy, this a ‘Vetty, no Mercedes, in a forty, I go eighty, I don’t need a wifey, I been hoein’ lately, I just want the pussy, can’t get to know me, baby…”
Directed by J’Mari Wyatt, the accompanying clip for the drill banger sees Young M.A and her crew living it up on a yacht in Miami, complete with beautiful women, jet skis, and — of course — plenty of libations. If anything, this video is guaranteed to make whoever views it want to promptly find the nearest beach.
“Bouta lose this addiction … Omw to rehab … Loving God, I pray that you will comfort me in my suffering, lend skill to the hands of my healers, and bless the means used for my cure … Give me such confidence in the power of your grace that even when I am afraid, I may put my whole trust in you.”
Grab a fly swimsuit and a red cup of your favorite drink before pressing play on Young M.A’s “Henny’d Up” video below.
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