Rae Sremmurd

Uncle Jxm

Swae Lee

The evolution of Hip-Hop as a culture and genre respectively is an everlasting progression and the superstar Hip-Hop duo known as, "Rae Sremmurd" consisting of the brothers Khalif "Swae Lee" Brown and Aaquil "Slim Jxmmi/Uncle Jxm" Brown are the direct byproducts of the old school Hip-Hop duo, "Kriss Kross" that are responsible for the jam, "Jump". Nonetheless, Rae Sremmurd knows exactly what path to follow and have kept the same formula since their earlier days in which the Mississippi native biological brothers were merely making their own music as thirteen year olds via the production program known as Fruity Loops. Accompanied by their friend who went by, "Lil Pantz" the three would form the group, "Dem Outta St8 Boyz" and would take their talents on the road to land on a spot on BET's 106 and Park "Wild Out Wednesday's". Their hit song, "Party Animal" would get them radio spins and would build a solid foundation and a plentiful amount of buzz to get them recognition regionally.

After working long hours at their day jobs, the group decided to go full time with their music after receiving a call from one of their favorite producers in, "P-Nasty" who is part of the esteemed producer collective, "Drummers Collective" created by the superproducer, "MikeWiLLMadeIt"From that point on, they would move to Atlanta and change their name to "Rae Sremmurd" and released their debut album, "SremmLife" which carried the now MikeWiLLMadeIt platinum singles, "No Flex Zone" and "No Type". The album also carried other club bangers in, "Come Get Her""Throw Sum Mo" and "This Could Be Us"

Most recently, Rae Sremmurd has written for Beyonce for the song "Formation" and has also released their sophomore effort album, "SremmLife2". The album holds the singles, "Look Alive""Do Yoga", and "Black Beatles". Currently the group is on their first world tour and we encourage you to check out some of their best work below! 

Rae Sremmurd - Come Get Her

Rae Sremmurd - Do Yoga

Rae Sremmurd- No Type

Rae Sremmurd - No Flex Zone

Rae Sremmurd - Look Alive