Rae Sremmurd Debut New Song With Kendrick Lamar and Gucci Mane
In video captured of the premiere, the shirtless tag team can be seen on stage. "Can we drop one more new Rae Sremmurd song?," Slim Jxmmi asks the crowd.
The new track is very laid-back compared to most of the group's turn up anthems and finds Swae crooning on the chorus. Guwop tackles the first verse, with K. Dot coming through with the assist.
Collaborating with Gucci has worked well in the past for the Mississippi duo. The Guwop-assisted "Black Beatles" was one of the biggest rap songs of 2016. The song reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The track is the highest charting song for Rae Sremmurd, Gucci Mane and Mike Will Made-It.
The single also racked up 54.1 million streams in the U.S., in a seven day period, which is the most since Adele’s hit single “Hello” registered 61.6 million in 2015.
In related news, the group recently teamed up with Rastaclat for a bracelet collaboration with the NBA. Rastaclat founder Daniel Kasidi issued a statement on the partnership saying, “Rastaclat was born in a natural self-expression of art, sports, and fashion,” he stated. “It has always been a dream of ours to represent the NBA and introduce a unique product that embodies team PRIDE. The NBALAB is pioneering imaginative concepts alongside the NBA, we are excited to be a part of that legacy and bring a positive brand message and product that fans & players can resonate with.”
Check out Rae Sremmurd's new song above.
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