Despite watching their April-released fourth studio album, ‘Sremm4Life,’ open to their lowest first-week sales to date (#28 premiere on the Billboard 200), Rae Sremmurd is pressing forward in the project’s support with the music video for its housed cut ‘Sexy.’

“Do what I want ’cause I’m sexy (I’m sexy) / I need a model right next to me / I’m talkin’ Lisa, Leslie (Like Leslie) / Say what I want ’cause I’m sexy (Yeah),” member Slim Jxmmi raps on the chorus of the Mike WILL Made It-produced track.

The follow-up to the warmly received ‘Not So Bad (Lean’s Gone Cold)’ and ‘Tanisha (Pump That),’ the ‘Sexy’ video was filmed in Atlanta and Los Angeles and features a sexy cameo from fellow rapper Sukihana.

See the Ethan Iverson-directed action inside.


Nearly 5 years have separated diehard Rae Sremmurd fans from the brotherly duo’s last studio album, 2018’s ‘SR3MM,’ but the wait for a new LP came to a close Friday (April 7) with the release of ‘Sremm 4 Life.’

Preceded by the warmly received cuts ‘Torpedo‘ and ‘Sucka or Sum,’ the 14-track project – which comes as their fourth studio effort – features vocal and/or production contribution from the likes of big names like Mike Will Made It, Future, Pharrell Williams, Murda Beatz, Zaytoven, Young Thug, and more.

To amp up even more excitement for the long-awaited opus, its arrival was accompanied by news its housed cut, the Pharrell-produced ‘Tanisha (Pump That),’ had received the music video treatment.

Hop inside to see the Medet-directed clip and stream its parent album courtesy of Spotify and Apple Music.


With the fourth installment of the ‘SremmLife‘ series due later this year, Rae Sremmurd is keeping drops from the highly anticipated project coming.

After dropping warmly received cuts ‘Denial,’ ‘Community D*ck,’ and ‘Torpedo’ last year (as we reported here), the brotherly duo are back with their first release of 2023: ‘Sucka or Sum.’

“How you gon’ try to play me like a sucka or somethin’? / How you gon’ try to play me when I’m knowin’ what’s up? / Feel like I’m 6’5″ ’cause the money is up,” Swae Lee sings on the bop produced by Jaxx.

Arrived alongside a Matt Swinsky-directed music video, hop inside to see ‘Sucka.’


Following the warm reception of their comeback singles ‘Denial’ and ‘Community D**k,’ brotherly duo Rae Sremmurd serve up yet another taste of what’s set to come on their new album, ‘Sremm4Life,via the recently-released banger ‘Torpedo.’

“Taking off for that cash like torpedo / And your pockets too tight just like a speedo / I already got a lot, what I need more for? / She gotta suck my whole soul,” they rap on the sexually-charged  cut.

Produced by  Sonny Digital, the new bop dropped right before being given its inaugural live treatment on Miley Cyrus’ NYE special.

Hop inside to hear the recorded version and see its accompanying music video (directed by Mike Will MADE It).


As Rae Sremmurd fans impatiently await the landing of the Rap group’s fourth studio album ‘Sremm4Life,’ the follow-up to 2018’s ‘Sr3mm,’ the brothers drop yet another single from the forthcoming – ‘Community D*ck.’

Enlisting rising rapstress Flo Milli to assist, the track’s arrival was accompanied by a comedic, Bryan Barber-directed video that sees its main stars provide some community service by way of anatomical delivery.

“Bust it open for me, ma’am / Do that trick on a d*ck, yeah, you know what to do / Go ‘head, get that tip, girl (Tip, girl) / D*ckin’ these hoes back to back / I’ma text you off my iPad (Yeah),”  Swae raps on the new bop.

See all the action inside.


Nearly 4 years have separated Rae Sremmurd fans from a new studio album from the brotherly duo, but the wait for the successor to 2018’s Gold-certified ‘Sr3mm’ is coming to a close.

The new effort, titled ‘Sremm4Life,’ is being introduced via the new single ‘Denial.’  Produced by Kofo, the bass-buoyed bop tells the tale of the ups and downs of love.

“Two new Pateks, but I never get the time we spent / I must confess, I ain’t never loved a girl like this (Yeah) / This worth a trial (Trial), you in denial (Denial) / This was a vibe (Vibe), you in dеnial (Denial),” Swae Lee sings on the chorus.

Taking to the bright lights and beaches of Rio De Janeiro for the tune’s accompanying music video (directed by Bryan Barber), look inside to see ‘Denial.’


It looks like Azealia Banks isn’t the only Hip Hop star in the holiday spirit.

Rae Sremmurd dropped not one, but two new yuletide flavored songs – as solo acts.  Just another taste of what the duo have to serve by their lonesomes, Swae Lee’s ‘Christmas At Swae’s’ and Slim Jxmmi’s ‘Nothing For Christmas’ have also been afforded the video treatment.

Are they new classics in the making? Listen inside and tell us:


Photo courtesy: Ellen

Recently learning their joint effort, ‘Sativa,’ passed the RIAA’s gold certification threshold has only acted as fuel for Urban acts Jhene Aiko and Rae Sremmurd to keep pushing the cut to higher heights.

Having peaked at #98 on the Hot 100 to date, a boost will undoubtedly come courtesy of the hitmakers’ visit to ‘Ellen’ on Friday (March 23) where they delivered a rousing performance of the mid-tempo groove.

See the action inside if you missed it:


With his Uganda-shot new video, ‘Unforgettable,’ many will perceive French Montana‘s latest as an attempt to convince the masses he’s not a colorist after a fiery, racially charged verbal attack on a Twitter user (read more about that by clicking here).  That, however, shouldn’t take away from the beauty of scenes found aboard the clip.

Tagging Rae Sremmurd‘s Swae Lee to assist, the duo took a safari in Kampala, Uganda for their island-inspired tune.  Coming across trouble along the way in the cinematic video, which apparently lays the groundwork for a sequel, tuck in to watch and weigh in:


‘Black Beatles’ beaus Rae Sremmurd have teamed with famed video director Dave Meyers to help you turn all the way up for Spring Break.

The duo, who helped popularize the viral mannequin challenge, are doing everything but standing still on the high octane trailer for their forthcoming comedic short-film, ‘SremmBreak.’  Created by group members Swae Lee and Slim Jxmmi (with help from Meyers and producer Mike Will Made-It), the 25-minute “mockumentary” will feature appearances from beloved comedians DC Young Fly and Luenell Campbell in addition to appearances from social media stars Baddie Winkle, Julz Goddard, and many more.


Curious to see what the twosome have cooked up?  Find out inside:


As their hit ‘Black Beatles’ continues to do the #mannequinChallenge in the top 5 of the Hot 100, rap duo Rae Sremmurd continues their traipse on the promo trail to ensure such remains the case.

Their most recent stop?  ‘Ellen.’

Taking their biggest hit to the daytime talk show, Swae Lee and Slim Jxmmi got the crowd moving (and not moving) by participating in their viral challenge.

See it all inside:



Rae Sremmurd‘s ‘Black Beatles’ has flown into the U.K.’s Top 5!

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