The Adult Swim Singles Program continues to produce great results. The program's latest release is a SremmLife Crew track called "Ball Out the Lot." Swae Lee and Bobo Swae team up with producer Da Honorable C.N.O.T.E. for a banger about the high life.

"Switch the Phantom to the old school, to the bike, to the Wraith/Bitches say I'm acting Hollywood, but I'm never acting fake/When you see me better take a picture, it'll last a little longer/Foreign bitch, no souvenirs, but a travel bag on her," Swae Lee raps.

Swae Lee is currently out on tour with his brother and Rae Sremmurd cohort Slxm Jimmi in support of their SremmLife 2 album. Last week, the duo took a little time out of their busy schedule for an interview with ESPN's Dan Le Batard and Bomani Jones. The Mississippi natives explained why they got kicked out of their mother's house in 2012.

"I think most of the time it was cause we came in late and we had school the next morning,” Swae Lee said. “We came in late we’d just be loud making songs, making beats on Fruity Loops. We had a lot of energy."

If Swae Lee and Bobo Swae's "Ball Out the Lot" is your first taste of the Adult Swim Singles Program, you have been missing out on a lot of quality tracks. This year alone has seen the release of Flying Lotus aka Captain Murphy's "Crowned" and Earl Sweatshirt's "Balance" produced by Knxwledge

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