Nearly five years ago, Rae Sremmurd dropped their last studio album, SR3MM. Since then, fans of the duo have sat in heavy anticipation for their next project, with only scattered singles and features to keep them on their feet. But as a new album is rumored to be underway, brothers Swae Lee and Slim Jxmmi have joined forces once again to bump up excitement toward their highly-awaited studio effort, SREMM4LIFE.
On Friday, Rae Sremmurd released "Tanisha (Pump That)," produced by Pharrell Williams and Mike Will Made It. The vibey track follows "Sucka Or Sum," which dropped back in January. "Tanisha (Pump That)" is a danceable number that shows a new side of the brothers. In all, this track is equally laid-back as it is catchy. The effect creates an effortlessly cool number that will likely put Rae Sremmurd on the charts once again.
Rae Sremmurd Have More On The Way
With SR3MM ranking thrice for the 50 Best Albums of 2018 recorded by Billboard, Rolling Stone, and Complex, SREMM4LIFE will hopefully level up the game even further for Rae Sremmurd. The album has been teased with several other releases in 2022, including "Denial," "Community D**k" featuring Flo Milli, and "Torpedo." Each single that has been dropped so far showcases a variation in the brother's undeniably unique style. Simultaneously, the classic Rae Sremmurd flow that fans have fallen in love with remains present.
In addition to dropping their first album in almost five years, Rae Sremmurd has hit the road again to join Post Malone during the Europe leg of his Tweleve Carat Tour. Having not toured since the SremmLive II Tour of 2016-2017, it's possible that the duo is practicing for a potential SREMM4LIFE tour. While the official release date for SREMM4LIFE has yet to be confirmed, rumors suggest April 7th. We'll keep you in the loop with Rae Sremmurd updates, and check out HNHH for more hip-hop news.
Let's not go back and forth, she's what I need
Growin' it back with force, like the speed
Eyes on your text that say W-Y-A (Yeah)
All of 'em lovers but, babe, I'm away