Rae Sremmurd


Put Rae Sremmurd's Christmas Songs in the Holiday Hall of Fame

Slim Jxmmi's "Nothing for Christmas" and Swae Lee's "Christmas at Swae's" are both weird, nonsensical, and unfocused. What a relief.


We Broke Down FOMO Festival's 2019 Lineup Diversity

By the numbers, here's how many men, women, non-binary people and people of colour are playing FOMO 2019.


Rae Sremmurd Show Us How To Responsibly Blow Cash And Ball Out

The energetic brothers explain the little-known complexities of investing in your future so you can continue throwing dollars bills in the present.


Wiz Khalifa and Swae Lee Get Hopeless and Romantic on "Hopeless Romantic"

Wiz Khalifa asks a very important question on the latest track from 'Rolling Papers 2.'


Listen to Rae Sremmurd's New Triple Album 'SR3MM'

Rae Sremmurd have released their long awaited triple album 'SR3MM,' which also comprises Slim Jxmmi and Swae Lee's solo albums 'Jxmtro' and 'Swaecation'


Rae Sremmurd and Travis Scott's New Video Is Basically a Monster Movie

Travis Scott joins Rae Sremmurd for a lazy night in a parking lot in their new video, "Close."


Rae Sremmurd Unleash New Song "Close" With Travis Scott

Rae Sremmurd premiere "Close," a new single from their upcoming triple-LP 'Sr3mm,' featuring Travis Scott.


Ty Dolla $ign, Future, and Swae Do Some Living in the “Don’t Judge Me” Video

The video for the 'Beach House 3' standout tries to capture the song's live-and-let-live attitude.


Swae Lee's "Guatemala" is a Hazy, Windows-Down Banger

The new track, which will appear on Swae's solo portion of 'SR3MM,' will probably make you wanna drive the hell around blasting it from the car stereo.


Rae Sremmurd Loves PETA, But Their Pet Monkey Is Probably Contact High

In an interview with Rolling Stone, Rae Sremmurd talks about their upcoming triple album, vegans, and wildlife.


The Best and Worst Shit We Saw at SXSW 2018

Some of our favorites of the week in Austin included Rico Nasty, Mozzy, IDLES, Starcrawler, Goat Girl, Valee, an Uber driver, and more.


Ellen's Rap Guests Are a Good Reason to Stay Home and Watch TV

21 Savage's performance of "Bank Account" on 'The Ellen Show' is a reminder that Ellen has some of the best hip-hop performances on daytime television.