After a five-year wait, the dynamic duo of Rae Sremmurd, consisting of Swae Lee and Slim Jxmmi, have finally dropped the tracklist for the fourth installment of their SremmLife album series. The highly-anticipated Sremm 4 Life LP is scheduled for release on April 7 and includes collaborations with popular artists Young Thug and Future.
Updated By: Nadya Nataly (3/31/23 at 6:40 pm)
The Mississippi brothers, Swae Lee and Slim Jxmmi of Rae Sremmurd are back.
The long-awaited Sremm 4 Life album is finally set to release on April 7 after a five-year hiatus. Swae Lee, one half of the Rae Sremmurd duo, recently took to Instagram to reveal the LP’s tracklist, featuring 14 tracks, including exciting collaborations such as “Royal Flush” with Young Thug and “Activate” with Future, as well as “Not So Bad.”
“April 7th,” Swae Lee captioned with an emoji. “Sremm Stan’s Y’all Ready?”
Rae Sremmurd Announce Date For New Album Release
Following a quiet few years, Mississippi rap duo Rae Sremmurd officially got back together and prepared to release a new album.
Rae Sremmurd To Drop “Sremmlife 4” Soon
Swae Lee made the big announcement during an Instagram Live with fans. He said, “Sremmife 4 yea we gon drop Sremmlife 4 January, February you know what I’m saying right in there. Put your 4’s up, trust in the Sremm.”
Fans are hyped to hear the news of a possible January or February 2022 release after an almost 4-year wait.
Swae tweeted back in October of 2020 that Sremmlife 4 was in the works, but it never happened. Rae Shremurd consists of Swae Lee and his brother, Slim Jxmmi.
Swae Lee Working Hard With Metro Boomin
The last time we heard from Swae Lee about new music was near the end of 2020 when he was in the studio with Metro Boomin.
The hip-hop star went online to remind folks he’s not slowing down and is cooking up new tunes with the help of mega-producer Metro Boomin.
Swae Lost His Hard Drive
Swae Lee also lost his hard drive in 2020, which may have contributed to the delay in new releases.
The same week, the hip-hop star went online to admit he was having a bad day. Lee offered anyone who finds his lost hard drive, which he said contained all his songs, $20,000.
Originally Written By: Marckell Williams (1/20/22 at 4:00 pm)