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The deal reportedly worth $10 million.
The track comes from their collaborative LP, PRhyme, out December 9th.
Plus he's been working with Francis Starlite of Francis and the Lights, J. Cole, Frank Ocean, Rick Rubin, Migos, and more.
A disco tune that isn’t bogged down by its referentiality.
The year's most grimy and positive rap hit gets an appropriately major rework.
According to a leaked memo, a new album called Lost Files is slated for release on November 24.
A shadowy, windswept roller coaster ride through the Warp artist's quite remarkable brain.
Fresh off a collab with UK tastemaker Bok Bok, the Australia-via-Zimbabwe rapper goes longform.
We're rolling out the complete lineup one day at a time. First up: Thursday, October 23rd.
"Grammys need to have a rap year. Run it up."
Swae Lee and Slim Jimmy dumped their pockets during their visit to FADER offices.
The Rae Sremmurd boy take to the beach and boardwalk in their "No Type" video.
Our picks for the FADER premieres that should soundtrack your weekend.
Meet the No Flex Zone, a moving VIP section draping Swae Lee and Slim Jimmy through Atlanta.
Read an interview with young new Atlanta duo Rae Sremmurd.
Rae Sremmurd can't sit still in the video for Mike WiLL-produced summer anthem "No Flex Zone."
Rae Sremmurd—that’s “Ear Drummers” backwards, pronounced “Ray Shrimmer”—are Atlanta-via-Mississippi’s IRL brothers Slim Jimmy and Swae Lee. Mike WiLL produced.