Post Malone’s crossover smash “White Iverson” gets a long overdue remix courtesy of French Montana and Rae Sremmurd’s Slim Jxmmi. Post Malone looks to capitalize on the success of his single with a debut album, titled Album of the Year out early next year. Check out the Dallas singer-songwriter’s “White Iverson” get remixed after the jump.
Ty Dolla $ign’s single “Blasé” now has a video. The song, which features Future and Rae Sremmurd, has been out for quite some time. But now it’s gotten a VHS-quality visual treatment. It’s blurry and grainy and totally cool, just like how it was in the 90s! The clip, which was reportedly shot on tour, features cameos from Tinashe and Dej Loaf. (Sadly, Future Hendrix does not appear in the clip.) Check out the video for “Blasé” after the jump.
Ty Dolla $ign is giving out a freebie for his latest installment of #FreeMyHomiesFridays. His highly-anticipated album Free THC will be out on September 4th but in the meantime go and peep “Blasé” featuring Future and Rae Sremmurd after the jump.
Rae Sremmurd is sharing their latest visuals for another SremmLife cut in “This Could Be Us.” So far they’ve shared “No Flex Zone,” “No Type,” and “Lit Like Bic.” In the video the duo of Swae Lee and Slim Jimmy head to South Africa for some fun and while they’re there they explore the beautiful country. Check it after the jump!
The Sremm boys are back with brand spankin’ new visuals for their SremmLife cut “Lit Like Bic.” The video features plenty o’ cameos from the likes of Travi$ Scott, Juicy J, Drake, Diplo, Future, Mike Will Made It, Miley Cyrus, Lil Wayne, Meek Mill, and Justin Bieber. Check it out after the jump.
The Sremm boys continue to turn up. This time they’re up like Trump in this unrelenting party track. Following in the same vein as their summer smash hits “No Flex Zone” and “No Type” as well as the Nicki Minaj and Young Thug featured “Throw Sum Mo” and viral “Illest Walking” the Mississippi duo of Swae Lee and Slim Jimmy deliver the goods on “Up Like Trump.” If you’re having a boring Tuesday these guys will guarantee to change that immediately. Their debut album SremmLife is due out January 6th via Ear Drummer/Interscope. Peep the visuals for “Up Like Trump” after the jump.
Yesterday Rae Sremmurd, the Mississippi duo of Swae Lee and Slim Jimmy, announced the release of their debut album. It’s called SremmLife, it was executive produced by Mike WiLL Made It, and it’s out January 6 via Ear Drummer/Interscope. They celebrated this news by performing their two smash hit tracks “No Type” and “No Flex Zone” on Jimmy Fallon. Peep the live performance after the jump.
Rae Sremmurd, the two youngins behind such hit songs as “No Flex Zone” and “No Type,” are giving ya’ll some new tunes for turkey day. The duo drop the visuals for “Illest Walking” produced by Honorable C Note. No flexing allowed, obviously. Peep the visuals for Rae Sremmurd’s “Illest Walking” after the jump.
The summer smash “No Flex Zone” by Rae Sremmurd has been remixed to death. However, one very notable person was conspicuously missing from the fray. Despite hinting at a remix of the song way back in July, Waka Flocka Flame has finally decided to drop it in September. Maybe that’s a good thing seeing as fall is here and we need that heat. Peep Waka’s remix of “No Flex Zone” after the jump.
Ok so I literally just now read that Rae Sremmurd is “Ear Drummers” backwards, which gives this group a whole new type of depth I wasn’t ready for admittedly. Their uncomplicated sound against this carnival scene is a nice fit. Check out the second joint from the “No Flex” makers after the jump.
A famous player line: I ain’t go no type. Midwest gunner Rae is fit to follow up his “No Flex Zone” hit with something laid back but with just as potent grooves. Check the MikeWillMadeIt track after the jump.
What makes a summer song? It’s sweaty but never sad about it. The right summer smash makes you put the double-decker barbecue plate on your lawn chair, pour out something cool and get close to the speakers. It’s naked and unashamed, of course. The song’s gotta be loud. Not volume-wise either. You need to be able to open that sunroof, lower the windows on the highway and still annoy passersby with the bass drop. They’re great songs because they’re disposable songs. A summer jam is the wet wipe of music: refreshing as it is fleeting and oh so useful at the right time.
Load these songs into your playlist and be the DJ you always wanted for the weekend.