Rae Sremmurd Videos

 
  • Cover of Rae Sremmurd "Lit Like Bic" Video
    Is "Lit Like Bic" the next single Rae Sremmurd will be pushing? While we're still waiting on the official music video for their third single, "Throw Sum Mo" featuring Nicki Minaj and Young Thug, they hold us over with a new visual for their solo SremmLife cut.
  • Cover of Rae Sremmurd Feat. Young Thug & Nicki Minaj "Throw Sum Mo" Video (BTS)
    It seems that almost everyone has a different favorite from Rae Sremmurd's debut pop rap opus, SremmLife, but "Throw Sum Mo" is definitely one of the most universally agreed upon (but if "Unlock The Swag" doesn't get the single treatment, someone's dropping the ball).
  • Cover of Rae Sremmurd On "Fashion Bros"
    After getting Big Sean as a guest on "Fashion Bros" the bros enlist Rae Sremmurd as their next guest. The rising Tulepo duo discuss their hometown (and other famous people from there: Elvis, Diplo, to be precise) as well as how one can "unlock the swag." They also explain what SremmLife is all about.
  • Cover of Rae Sremmurd Perform "No Type" On Conan
    After having a successful debut with their first album SremmLife, Rae Sremmurd continue to promote the LP with various TV appearances. The duo appeared on Conan O'Brien's late night show last night to perform one of their three big singles, "No Type," for the audience.
  • Cover of Rae Sremmurd Can't Contain Their Energy On ESPN's "Highly Questionable"
    While both members of Rae Sremmurd are in their 20s, it's not uncommon for them to be confused for teenagers, and with the amount of zany energy they exude in their new ESPN interview, it comes as no surprise.
  • Cover of Rae Sremmurd Share Their Top 5 Mike WiLL Made It Songs
    Rae Sremmurd have one of the top producers in the game for a boss, which definitely brings them a few advantages when it comes to getting beats. They get first dibs on the beats that Mike WiLL Made It cooks up, and beyond that, the producer creates some unique beats specifically for the creative duo.
  • Cover of Rae Sremmurd Talk "SremmLife" Co-Signs, "Unlock The Swag" & Crazy Female Fans
    Rae Sremmurd are a few days removed from the release of their debut album SremmLife, and they've already been projected to land a top 10 Billboard 200 debut, not to mention, they've received co-signs from just about every notable person in the game.
  • Cover of Rae Sremmurd On The Breakfast Club
    Rae Sremmurd had a huge 2014, and they're starting 2015 off with a bang as well, releasing their debut album, SremmLife today. Of course, the duo had to stop by Power 105's Breakfast Club to promote their new record today.
  • Cover of Rae Sremmurd "Up Like Trump" Video
    After making a few individual appearances on Mike Will Made It’s newly released Ransom mixtape, rising Mississippi duo, Rae Sremmurd, return today with another new record & accompanying visual called “Up Like Trump”.
  • Cover of Rae Sremmurd Performs "No Type" Live On Jimmy Fallon
    Hours after dropping off the cover art for their upcoming SremmLife EP, Rae Sremmurd decided to takeover the Jimmy Fallon stage on Tuesday night and perform their latest hit “No Type”.
  • Cover of Rae Sremmurd "Illest Walking" Video
    Rae Sremmurd promised some new music today, and it arrives in the form of a new music video for "Illest Walking." Yesterday Mike WiLL Made It's duo teased fans with cover art for a single featuring Nicki Minaj and Young Thug called "Throw Sum Mo," as well as release date for SremmLife, but before we get "Throw Sum Mo"
  • Cover of Rae Sremmurd On Hot 97
    The energetic duo of Rae Sremmurd stopped by Hot 97 while they were in NYC this past week to chop it up with Ebro for his Ebro In The Morning show. The pair of brothers spoke with Ebro about getting discovered by Mike WiLL Made It after being relatively unknown and just uploading songs to YouTube.
  • Cover of Rae Sremmurd Performs “No Type” & “No Flex Zone” Live In NYC
    Atlanta had a full on invasion of S.O.B.s last night in NYC thanks to super producers, Sonny Digital and Mike WiLL Made It, who both delivered a host of collaborating artists that have recently graced their sound bed of developing hits.
  • Cover of Rae Sremmurd Talk "SremmLife" EP, "No Type" Remix & More
    Rae Sremmurd are on the cusp of something big, with their first single "No Flex Zone" spreading like wildfire and cementing them as one to watch, while their second single "No Type" follows the same route.
  • Cover of Rae Sremmurd "No Type" Video
    Ear Drummer signees Rae Sremmurd are making waves with their high-pitched voices and inventive flows, not to mention a penchant for strange yet dope beats. This remains true for their new single "No Type", where they declare "bad bitches is the only thing that I like."
  • Cover of Rae Sremmurd Performs "No Flex Zone" Live On 106 & Park
    There’s no denying that Rae Sremmurd have themselves a hit with their track “No Flex Zone”. With the buzz still growing, Swae Lee and Slim Jimmy decided to stop by BET’s 106 & Park and bless the stage for an impromptu performance of their smash hit.
  • Cover of Rae Sremmurd & Mike WiLL Made It On The Breakfast Club
    Rae Sremmurd are the buzzing duo signed to Mike WiLL Made It's Ear Drummers imprint. With "No Flex Zone" a major hit, there is still a lot we don't know about the young duo, and so we were able to get a bit more familiar with them thanks to a new interview with The Breakfast Club.
  • Cover of Rae Sremmurd "No Flex Zone" Video
    Mike WiLL Made It's Ear Drummers duo Rae Sremmurd have seen a lot of success with their very catchy "No Flex Zone" anthem. We saw them discuss the success of the record in a previous interview, and now the two are ready to release the official music video for "No Flex Zone."
  • Cover of Rae Sremmurd Discuss The Success Of "No Flex Zone"
    When your debut single merits remixes from Busta Rhymes, Slim Thug and Kid Ink, you must be doing something right. That's the case for Rae Sremmurd, a young duo originally from Mississippi whose "No Flex Zone" is currently doing big things. 
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