11 Songs, 45 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Powered by the 2014 hits "No Flex Zone" and "No Type," which blew up thanks to a remix from Nicki Minaj, this debut from brothers Swae Lee and Slim Jimmy, a.k.a. Rae Sremmurd, proves that all is well in Southern hip-hop: it's as bumping and irreverent as ever. Produced largely by Atlanta kingmaker Mike Will Made It, who mentored and signed the duo, this is the soundtrack to delinquency; its roiling low end and chopped-up beats foreground the antics of the devil-may-care protagonists. Whether it's praising the local gentlemen's club on the Minaj feature "Throw Sum Mo" or comparing themselves to Donald Trump, these boys just wanna have fun.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Powered by the 2014 hits "No Flex Zone" and "No Type," which blew up thanks to a remix from Nicki Minaj, this debut from brothers Swae Lee and Slim Jimmy, a.k.a. Rae Sremmurd, proves that all is well in Southern hip-hop: it's as bumping and irreverent as ever. Produced largely by Atlanta kingmaker Mike Will Made It, who mentored and signed the duo, this is the soundtrack to delinquency; its roiling low end and chopped-up beats foreground the antics of the devil-may-care protagonists. Whether it's praising the local gentlemen's club on the Minaj feature "Throw Sum Mo" or comparing themselves to Donald Trump, these boys just wanna have fun.

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