Rae Sremmurd brought the turn up to late-night television. The duo appeared on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert last night (Feb. 9) to perform their hit single “Black Beatles.” In a fascinating turn of events, Swae Lee and Slim Jxmmi rocked the same stage where The Beatles made their American debut in 1964.

The hit-making duo's appearance took place a few weeks after they performed "Black Beatles" for a daytime audience on Ellen. Last night's performance on CBS also marked their return to the U.S. following a tour of Europe.

Rae Sremmurd have been busy outside of the music game too as they recently became brand ambassadors for the Rastaclat lifestyle brand. Swae and Slim teamed up with Rascalat to promote a new NBA bracelet collection.

“Rastaclat was born in a natural self-expression of art, sports, and fashion,” Rastaclat founder Daniel Kasidi 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.”

The guys also have some new music in the works. Earlier this week, the duo debuted a song featuring Kendrick Lamar and Gucci Mane during a show in Prague. Hopefully, Rae Sremmurd will drop that collaboration sooner rather than later.

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