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Martha Stewart shows off her goofy side as she teams up with rapper Yung Gravy

It’s all gravy, baby!

Martha Stewart stars in a hilarious new ad with rapper Yung Gravy to help her launch the delicious new collection of Martha Stewart Kitchen creations.

The domestic goddess got goofy with the 25-year-old’s viral hit fittingly named, Martha Stewart, and danced around her gourmet Bedford kitchen with a steaming bowl of mashed potatoes and gravy.

Pour some gravy on me: Martha Stewart stars in a hilarious new ad with rapper Yung Gravy to help her launch the delicious new collection of Martha Stewart Kitchen creations

In the video, Martha FaceTime’s the Minnesota native to ask him for a little help providing the music for her new commercial.

Sipping a crystal goblet of red wine – pinky up – Yung Gravy was happy to oblige Martha’s request with his viral tune named for the lifestyle guru.

As the beat drops and Yung Gravy, whose real name is Matthew Raymond Hauri, jumps up to perform while Martha dances along.

Yung Gravy released his song, Martha Stewart, last October and it’s racked up over 700K views on YouTube.

Having fun! The domestic goddess got goofy with the 25-year-old's viral hit fittingly named, Martha Stewart, and danced around her gourmet Bedford kitchen with a steaming bowl of mashed potatoes and gravy

Having fun! The domestic goddess got goofy with the 25-year-old’s viral hit fittingly named, Martha Stewart, and danced around her gourmet Bedford kitchen with a steaming bowl of mashed potatoes and gravy

Ring ring: In the video, Martha FaceTime's the Minnesota native to ask him for a little help providing the music for her new commercial

Ring ring: In the video, Martha FaceTime’s the Minnesota native to ask him for a little help providing the music for her new commercial

Viral hit: As the beat drops and Yung Gravy, whose real name is Matthew Raymond Hauri, jumps up to perform while Martha dances along to the tune named for the lifestyle guru

Viral hit: As the beat drops and Yung Gravy, whose real name is Matthew Raymond Hauri, jumps up to perform while Martha dances along to the tune named for the lifestyle guru

‘Martha Stewart (ayy), Martha Stewart (ayy) // Make maneuvers (yeah), think I’m Martha Stewart (woah) // Martha Stewart (ayy), with some cougars (baby) // Gravy with your mama in the kitchen, Martha Stewart,’ he raps in the chorus.

Yung Gravy burst onto the hip hop scene in 2016 after finding success on SoundCloud. He began rapping while attending college at the University of Wisconsin while completing his bachelor’s degree in marketing.

Since graduating, however, Yung Gravy decided to pursue rapping full time and has made a mark with songs like Mr. Clean and Welcome to Chilis. 

The spot with Stewart promotes the newest items in Martha’s popular frozen food line that features 40 frozen appetizers, entrees, desserts and side dishes. 

Wow! Yung Gravy released his song, Martha Stewart, last October and it's racked up over 700K views on YouTube

Wow! Yung Gravy released his song, Martha Stewart, last October and it’s racked up over 700K views on YouTube

'Martha Stewart (ayy), Martha Stewart (ayy) // Make maneuvers (yeah), think I'm Martha Stewart (woah) // Martha Stewart (ayy), with some cougars (baby) // Gravy with your mama in the kitchen, Martha Stewart,' he raps in the chorus

‘Martha Stewart (ayy), Martha Stewart (ayy) // Make maneuvers (yeah), think I’m Martha Stewart (woah) // Martha Stewart (ayy), with some cougars (baby) // Gravy with your mama in the kitchen, Martha Stewart,’ he raps in the chorus

Yum: The spot with Stewart promotes the newest items in Martha's popular frozen food line that features 40 frozen appetizers, entrees, desserts and side dishes

Yum: The spot with Stewart promotes the newest items in Martha’s popular frozen food line that features 40 frozen appetizers, entrees, desserts and side dishes

‘The idea to use Yung Gravy’s viral hit, ‘Martha Stewart’ was pure fortuitous,’ said Ken Venturi, CEO MSK Foods and Founder of Mediacast Solutions. ‘I was hosting an MSK food tasting party and one of our guests’ sons started playing Yung Gravy’s song called ‘Martha Stewart.’ 

‘The satirical hip hop artist might appear outside Martha’s brand image, but that’s exactly why it works. Martha trusted our team to deliver innovation while protecting brand integrity,’ he continued.  

Stewarts fun-loving new partnership is certainly not the first time she’s teamed up with a star of the hip hop community. She and her good friend Snoop Dogg have co-hosted a handful of successful shows together with a new special on the way just in time for Halloween. 

'The idea to use Yung Gravy's viral hit, 'Martha Stewart' was pure fortuitous,' said Ken Venturi, CEO MSK Foods and Founder of Mediacast Solutions. 'I was hosting an MSK food tasting party and one of our guests' sons started playing Yung Gravy's song called 'Martha Stewart.'

‘The idea to use Yung Gravy’s viral hit, ‘Martha Stewart’ was pure fortuitous,’ said Ken Venturi, CEO MSK Foods and Founder of Mediacast Solutions. ‘I was hosting an MSK food tasting party and one of our guests’ sons started playing Yung Gravy’s song called ‘Martha Stewart.’

'The satirical hip hop artist might appear outside Martha's brand image, but that's exactly why it works. Martha trusted our team to deliver innovation while protecting brand integrity,' he continued.

‘The satirical hip hop artist might appear outside Martha’s brand image, but that’s exactly why it works. Martha trusted our team to deliver innovation while protecting brand integrity,’ he continued.

The duo will judge Snoop and Martha’s Very Tasty Halloween, a new special featuring talented ‘scare squads’ who are tasked with the challenge to build a full sensory Halloween world. The one-hour competition streams Thursday, October 21 on Peacock.

Meanwhile, with holidays around the corner, Martha recently chatted with DailyMailTV to dish up the secrets to hosting a fool-proof fall dinner party. 

When dinner party guests arrive, Stewart suggests getting into the fall spirit with a seasonal, fresh apple cider cocktail – and she has the ultimate tip for ensuring guests can enjoy it all year long.

Just add gravy! Martha Stewart Kitchen has a ton of delightful food options that can go straight to the dinner table without all the prep work of cooking from scratch

Just add gravy! Martha Stewart Kitchen has a ton of delightful food options that can go straight to the dinner table without all the prep work of cooking from scratch

Martha makes her own cider and then simply freezes it to stay fresh – she defrosts it or uses a new batch for making her signature cider-bourbon cocktail.

Using a bourbon of your choice mixed with lemon juice, fresh ginger, and apple cider, you can have what the mogul calls the ‘best autumnal drink you’ll have this fall.’

‘Take a lemon and just rub it around the edge of the glass,’ she instructed. ‘just give it a little bit of sugar. In your shaker, have ice in the shaker, three quarters of a cup of apple cider, the juice of one lemon. [Bourbon] to taste. 

Besties: Stewarts fun-loving new partnership is certainly not the first time she's teamed up with a star of the hip hop community, she and her good friend Snoop Dogg have co-hosted a handful of successful shows together

Besties: Stewarts fun-loving new partnership is certainly not the first time she’s teamed up with a star of the hip hop community, she and her good friend Snoop Dogg have co-hosted a handful of successful shows together

‘You shake until the outside of your shaker is nice and frosty,’ Martha explained, adding: ‘Garnish with a couple of slices of apple.’

As for the menu, that’s up to the cook, however, Stewart says, ‘everyone needs a basic, white dinnerware set’. Of course, her new e-commerce site, Martha.com, offers a classic and elegant option.

‘You get four pieces each for ninety dollars,’ Stewart explains. ‘I think that too is a wonderful value.’

‘Just to make it a little bit more festive, choose the right glass,’ she added. And, as Martha recently told DailyMail.com, you don’t need to wait for a special occasion to break out the good crystal.

Spooky season: The duo will judge Snoop and Martha's Very Tasty Halloween, a new special featuring talented 'scare squads' who are tasked with the challenge to build a full sensory Halloween world

Spooky season: The duo will judge Snoop and Martha’s Very Tasty Halloween, a new special featuring talented ‘scare squads’ who are tasked with the challenge to build a full sensory Halloween world


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