Swae Lee Taps Slim Jxmmi for Dancehall-Inspired New Song “Guatemala”
Last week saw the release of Slim Jxmmi's solo track "Channel," and now, Swae Lee follows it up with his own single, "Guatemala." Just like Jxmmi did on his song, Swae Lee recruits his brother, which serves as a follow-up to his first single, "Hurt to Look."
Over a dancehall-inspired beat courtesy of Mally Mall, Swae Lee serenades his girl with Auto-Tune-tinged vocals while Slim Jxmmi delivers the bars. "Seen the way you talkin' up my phone last night, on God (on my phone last night)/Do it on my jet, let's keep this private/She wants me too, she ain't even in denial (denial)," Swae Lee croons.
Slim Jxmmi eventually comes in near the end of the song with a quick verse, where he blends rapping and singing. "Seatbelt, she roller coaster ridin'/Put you on a plane, been thinkin' 'bout it/Sippin' on Fiji, yeah, you taste like water (hey, hey)/Chasin' me, tryna make me your partner (tryna make me your partner)," he raps.
"Guatemala" will be featured on Swae Lee's Swaecation project, which will be included on the triple-disc project Sr3mm. Along with Swae Lee's solo record, the project will also feature Slim Jxmmi's solo offering, Jxmtroduction, as well as a joint project from the brothers together as Rae Sremmurd.
According to Mike Will Made-It, Sr3mm will include guest appearances from Future, Pharrell, Travis Scott, Young Thug, The Weeknd and Zoe Kravitz. "I wanna say its bangers from top to bottom, its 27 songs, but everybody knows that Rae Sremmurd only makes bangers," the producer said.
Listen to "Guatemala" below.
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