FORDHAM HEIGHTS, The Bronx (PIX11) — Twenty suspected gang members, who used “drill rap” videos as part of their methods to carry out gun violence, are now in custody, prosecutors and cops said on Thursday. Detectives also seized 18 guns from the alleged gang members, which had been used to commit dozens of violent crimes, including two murders, according to investigators.

Four of the 20 members of the G-Side/Drilly Gang are under 18, and won’t be tried as adults, said Bronx District Attorney Darcel Clark. She was joined at a news conference on Thursday by NYPD Chief of Detectives James Essig, and Deputy Chief Jason Savino, the commanding officer of the department’s gun violence suppression division.

“These subjects woke up every single day just to live a life exclusively to benefit their gangs,” Savino said at the late morning news conference, where they showed the seized guns, as well as photos of most of the alleged gang members.

They’d carried out a violent existence, said the leaders of the case.

“It was beefs, and slights, and disrespects that all drove some of these incidents,” Clark, the D.A., said.

Many of the violent incidents, they said, were provoked through drill rap videos, made against any perceived threat to the gang, and posted to YouTube and Instagram.

“They call people out directly” in the videos, Savino said. “They make fun of incidents and individuals that have perished [in] prior [times] to gunfire — opposing gang members,” he said.

The men face a long list of charges, including murder, attempted murder, manslaughter, conspiracy, assault, and grand larceny.

Savino said that their investigation is intended to reduce gun violence now, “And the best part is there’s a lot more to come,” he said.