Rae Sremmurd, the hip-hop duo made up of brothers Slim Jxmmi and Swae Lee, has announced its fourth studio album. Entitled SREMM4LIFE, the new project will follow 2018’s SR3MM, which featured guest artists such as Juicy J, Travis Scott, Future, Pharrell, Young Thug, The Weeknd and Zoë Kravitz.
First formed in 2013, the duo, which hails from Tupelo, Mississippi, was originally signed to Mike Will Made It‘s EarDrummers imprint before forming their own label after the release of their sophomore LP SremmLife 2. Over the years, the brothers have sparked rumors that Rae Sremmurd was over and both members released their own solo projects.
On Tuesday, however, Jxmmi and Lee tweeted out an image of a burning number “4” from the Rae Sremmurd account and shared the title of the forthcoming album. They also each changed their profile pictures to the number “4.”
“Bout to get a dose of this Sremmy,” Lee wrote in a tweet.
Fans should stay tuned for more updates regarding new singles and an anticipated release date.
In other music news, Drake teased that new music with Lil Baby is coming soon.
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