14 Songs, 55 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Rae Sremmurd party train keeps a-rolling as the rap duo continues the forward momentum of 2015’s super-fun SremmLife. They make club anthems rain like a cash cannon on the follow-up, with a guest list that includes Mike WiLL Made-It, DJ Mustard, Lil Jon, Kodak Black, and Juicy J.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Rae Sremmurd party train keeps a-rolling as the rap duo continues the forward momentum of 2015’s super-fun SremmLife. They make club anthems rain like a cash cannon on the follow-up, with a guest list that includes Mike WiLL Made-It, DJ Mustard, Lil Jon, Kodak Black, and Juicy J.

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Customer Reviews

3.5 out of 5

860 Ratings

Love Rae Sremmurd, but not this album

KLB116,

Ok, so what an artist usually does to hype up an album is they'll release the best songs as singles before the whole thing's released. That's what Rae Sremmurd did with the last album, "Sremmlife". All the singles were LIT🔥, and they showcased their talents. Slim Jimmy had a good original flow, and while Swae Lee wasn't AS good, he stilly flowed really well on the album, even tho he was more of a hook rapper. They were great, and so was the first album. Sremmlife 2 however, is awful so far. Bychance has no flow to it, and their voices sound like their sooooo high and their not even trying really. They sound like COMPLETELY different people on that song. And then Look Alive is better but still really bad, Slim Jimmy's verse is too short, and he sounds drunk, and then Swae's verse is even worse, the hook is the only thing that makes song even remotely worth listening to. And then Over Here is ok-ish, different, probably the best out of the singles so far, and even then it has NO substance! The flows on point, but it's boring. Overall I'd give what I've heard so far a 3/10. The singles for the last album, 9/10. They need to step up their game!

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About Rae Sremmurd

California-born, Tupelo-raised, Atlanta-based rap duo Rae Sremmurd debuted on Mike WiLL Made It's late-2013 mixtape Mike Will Been Trill with "We," a scraping, lashing party track. While their name could have been read as a backward-spelled alias for Mike WiLL's songwriting and production syndicate EarDrummers, Rae Sremmurd turned out to be two young and exuberant rappers, Swae Lee (Khalif Brown) and Slim Jimmy (Aaquil Brown). They were former members of Dem Outta St8 Boyz, a trio that had competed on the Wild Out Wednesday segment of BET's 106 & Park program.

In February 2014, "We" was issued as Rae Sremmurd's first official single through Mike WiLL's Made-It Mafia label. Throughout the rest of 2014, following the signing of a contract with Interscope, the rowdy "No Flex Zone" and relatively kicked-back "No Type" and "Throw Sum Mo" (featuring Nicki Minaj and Young Thug) were released as preludes to the early-2015 album SremmLife. All three singles reached the Top Ten of Billboard's Hot Rap Songs chart. The first two received platinum certifications. In 2016, they returned with the single "By Chance," along with SremmLife 2, their sophomore LP. Later that year, they earned their first Billboard number one with "Black Beatles" featuring Gucci Mane. ~ Andy Kellman

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