Leading on to the release of their forthcoming studio album, Sremm4life, Rae Sremmurd has released new music, Community D*ck featuring Flo Milli with an accompanying music video.
The American hip-hop duo, which is made up of brothers, Swae Lee and Slim Jxmmi rose to stardom in 2014 following the release of their popular single, No Flex Zone which peaked at N0. 35 on the Billboard Hot 100 spawning different remixes including Nicki Minaj and Kid Ink. Since then, they’ve released three studio albums, three mixtapes, 13 singles (three as a featured artist), and 24 music videos.
On Community D*ck, they show off swift solid verses combined with Alabama emcee, Flo Milli’s exploration of a contagious chorus, and confident lyrical verse. To celebrate the release of Community D*ck, Swae and Jxmmi sat down with Apple Music 1’s Zane Lowe for a discussion on the new song and the forthcoming album. “Its pretty crazy,” Jxmmi said, describing how the track’s sing-song chorus came together. “One of our producers 30 Roc… This girl left him a voice note. She was singing that song. She got real creative and sang it in that melody and he sampled it on the beat. And we was like, ‘This sound like the summer… It sound like Hot Boys, City Girls, and Flo Milli got that tone.’ She speaks for the females in the best way, the most fun way. She gonna present it a certain a way… We sent her the song…. She killed it the first time.” “Now we’ve grown… we understand the lifestyle 360… the ins the outs,” Swae said of the duo’s collaborative return. “We’ve been in it seven years… We know our job. We know our role. We know our sound. Even thought we weren’t dropping music, we was always making music. We’ve had so many trials and errors. We’ve seen so many fan reactions… what works and doesn’t work. It’s time to keep on feeding the fans back to back,” he added.
The Bryan Barber-directed video sees Flo Milli driving in a hot outfit and a scene where Swae Lee is helping with her workout routine. Sremm4life drops later this year and would mark Rae Sremmurd’s first full-length offering since 2018 after the duo dropped Sr3mm, the follow-up to 2016’s SremmLife 2 and their 2015 debut, SremmLife.
Listen to Rae Sremmurd’s Community D*ckhere.