RAE SREMMURD DROPS THEIR SECOND ALBUM “SREMMLIFE 2” TODAY

Rae Sremmurd is back with 11 fresh tracks for SremmLife 2, which dropped today (August 12).
The project was delayed after initially being slated for a June release. Fans can now close out Summer ’16 with the duo’s “Look Alive” and “Do Yoga.”
Guest appearances on SremmLife 2 come from Kodak Black, Juicy J, Lil Jon and the almighty Gucci Mane.
This is the follow-up to Rae Sremmurd’s SremmLife project, which made HipHopDX’s Top 25 Albums of 2015 list.
Check out Rae Sremmurd’s SremmLife 2 album stream is below.

(This article was last updated June 17, 2016 and is as follows.)
Rae Sremmurd has pushed back the release date for SremmLife 2.
The duo is now set to drop the highly-anticipated follow-up to their breakout project August 12 instead of the originally scheduled June 24.
Now instead of adding it to your summer playlist, maybe SremmLife 2 can be part of your back to school festivities?
Pre-order SremmLife 2 at iTunes.
(This article was first published April 15, 2016 and is as follows.)
Rae Sremmurd have announced the release date for their SremmLife 2 album.
Mississippi-born rap duo, Rae Sremmurd have revealed that SremmLife 2, the followup to their debut album, SremmLife is scheduled for release on June 24.
News of a SremmLife 2, summer release, which was provided through an iTunes pre-order link, comes shortly after the group released their most recent single, “Look Alive.” “Look Alive” will serve as one of the tracks featured on SremmLife 2.
Features on the 14-track project are scarce, with turn up kings Lil Jon and Juicy J providing their talents on two songs featured on SremmLife 2. Florida rapper Kodak Black is also featured on the duo’s sophomore effort.
The complete tracklist for SremmLife 2 is as follows:
1. “Start a Party”

2. “Real Chill” (Ft. Kodak Black)

3. “By Chance”

4. “Look Alive”

5. “Set The Roof” (Ft. Lil Jon)

6. “Shake It Fast” (Ft. Juicy J)

7. “Take It Or Leave It”

8. “Came A Long Way”

9. “Now That I Know”

10. “Patti Cake”

11. “Just Like Us”

12. “Over Here” (Ft. Bobo Swae)

13. “Swang”

14. “662” (Ft. Imxcd and Riff 3x)

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