Even though fans are awaiting new material from Future, and Young Thug has made it clear that he's not dropping new music this year, they're still coming together to tide fans over with a music video. Yesterday (April 4), the Atlanta superstars released the visuals for their "Group Home" record, which features them in some horror movie-themed scenarios.

The new video, which is directed by VideoGod, starts off with Hendrix rapping inside of a grim chamber, which appears to hang body bags from the ceiling. We soon find him joining Thugger outside of a lavish mansion surrounded by snow, where there appears to be witches, vultures and children in masks.

"Group Home" is produced by Fuse and TM88 and stems from Future and Thugger's Super Slimey mixtape, which was released back in October. The project contains both solo records and collaborative tracks from the Southern hitmakers.

Both Super and Thug appear on DJ Esco's new Kolorblind album that dropped last week, which features the singles "Code of Honor" featuring Future and ScHoolboy Q, and "Walk Thru" with Future and Nas.

Check out the music video for Future and Young Thug's "Group Home" record below to see all the action go down.

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