Rae Sremmurd Songs

  • Championship
    At the end of August, Rich The Kid hit us with his Flexin On Purpose mixtape.
  • Blasé (Remix)
    Blasé (Remix)
    Before Drake fucked up the game and live streamed What a Time to Be Alive, he played out a short mix, which included tracks from lesser-knowns such as Kodak Black and the UK group Section Boyz, as well as a couple of exclusives. The biggest non-WATTBA track played during tonight's special episode of OVO Sound Radio has to be PartyNextDoor's "Blasé" remix. 
  • Burn Slow
    Burn Slow
    Taking a break from their recently-announced Sremmlife 2 project, Rae Sremmurd decide to assist Wiz Khalifa on this new Mike Will Made It-produced banger called “Burn Slow.”
  • Blasé
    It's still early in the day, but Friday is looking to be a strong one for new music. After getting a new Meek Mill leak off DWMTM, featuring Nicki Minaj and Chris Brown, Ty Dolla $ign follows suit with a drop from his highly anticipated album Free TC.
  • Get Low (Remix)
    Get Low (Remix)
    Despite all the hip-hop songs from Furious 7, one of the most popular songs on the soundtrack is "Get Low" from EDM producers DJ Snake and Dillon Francis. The original is rowdy enough, and adding Rae Sremmurd might be the only way to up the ante on the remix. Mike Will has trained the young Mississippi brothers well, and they know just how to tackle this EDM production. 
  • Choppin' Blades
    Choppin' Blades
    As if new tracks featuring 2Chainz and ILoveMakonnen weren't enough to get the people excited for tomorrow's Ransom tape, Mike Will continues to leak new music from the project. On "Choppin' Blades," Riff Raff is joined by one-half of Rae Sremmurd for a synth-driven ode to oversized rims. Play this one in the whip for the producer's intended experience. 
  • Throw Sum Mo
    Throw Sum Mo
    Rae Sremmurd looks to continue their success into 2015 when they release their debut album, Srem Life, via Interscope Records on January 6th. Tonight, the project was made available for pre-order on iTunes, and for those who cop that ish early will receive a free download of this monster collab titled “Throw Sum Mo” featuring Nicki Minaj and Young Thug.
  • Choppin
    Some of hip-hop's self-appointed weird rappers, Riff Raff and young duo Rae Sremmurd come together today for "Choppin." It's unexpected, but at the same time, not at all. Mike WiLL Made It on the boards of course, the producer was on Sway In The Morning earlier today where he debuted this record. It's a hard beat from Mike WiLL, and will likely appear on the Atlanta native's upcoming mixtape Ransom.
  • One Touch
    One Touch
    On paper, the duos AlunaGeorge and Rae Sremmurd have very little in common. The former are a British electronic duo who make slinky, subtle tracks that blur the lines between pop and the underground; the latter are a couple of upstart kids from Tupelo who make squeaky, indelibly turnt up club tracks under the tutelage of Mike WiLL. But on Brooklyn DJ Baauer's new track "One Touch," you'd never know that their respective styles were worlds apart.
  • No Type (Remix)
    No Type (Remix)
    The past week has seen several artists come out against the long-standing industry tradition of "remixing" other artists' songs by simply spitting a verse over the original version's unchanged production.
  • No Type (Remix)
    No Type (Remix)
    Recent Ear Drummers signees Rae Sremmurd dropped off a follow-up to their summer smash "No Flex Zone" a few weeks ago, entitled "No Type." Now Chicago MC Tree, who's recently taken to dropping remixes on Tuesdays, has posted his own version of the track on his SoundCloud page. Going in over Mike WiLL Made It's dope production, Tree flips the teen duo's lyrics about women into hilarious bars about weed. While Rae Sremmurd may have no "type" of women they prefer, Tree could say the same about bud strains, "whether OG or that sour," it makes him feel right.
  • No Flex Zone (Remix)
    No Flex Zone (Remix)
    Never underestimate an instrumental from Mike WiLL Made It. After nearly every emcee in the game hopped on the "No Flex Zone" beat, the song's original artists Rae Sremmurd have finally dropped an official remix. Featuring additional verses from Nicki Minaj & Pusha T, the track retains all of the elements that made the original track a hit while doubling up on lyrical ammo.
  • No Type
    No Type
    The duo Rae Sremmurd, consisting of brothers Swae Lee and Slim Jimmy, found instant fame with their incessantly catchy banger "No Flex Zone", a Mike WiLL Made It joint that proceeded to be remixed and freestyled dozens of times. The duo are still relatively new, so it remains to be seen if "No Flex Zone" was a flash in the pan for the Mississippi natives, or a success they'll be able to mimick again. What do you think?
  • No Flex Zone (Freestyle)
    No Flex Zone (Freestyle)
    The Queen Bee's surprised us all in the past few weeks by opting to share freestyles over the year's hottest tracks, going in over Beyoncé's "Flawless" and Bobby Shmurda's "Hot Nigga" in preparation for her upcoming mixtape, Hardcore 2K14. Now the NYC veteran offers up a take on Rae Sremmurd's omnipresent 2014 hit "No Flex Zone."
  • No Flex Zone (Remix)
    No Flex Zone (Remix)
    Rae Sremmurd' "No Flex Zone" has gradually picked up steam over the last few months, but its been given a serious push over the last week or so, with plenty of big names making their own versions of the Mike WiLL-helmed banger.So far we've heard Nicki Minaj, Pusha T, and Juicy J deliver freestyles over the track, and now Ace Hood has joined the party. Ace couldn't resist going in over Drake's "0 To 100" the other week, and he's decided to hop on this beat while its still fresh. 
  • No Flex Zone
    No Flex Zone
    Mike WiLL Made It already has a few key artists in tow, executive producing both Miley Cyrus' Bangerz and Future's Honest recently, and planning an album of his own in the near future, but he has not stopped scouting artists.  Rae Sremmurd (which is Ear Drummers backwards, mind-blowing, right?) are a new duo backed by the super producer. Their new track, which is sure to catch on soon, finds them rapping over a WiLL beat that sounds like a beefed up version of something he may have given Gucci Mane a few years back.
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