SremmLife

Rae Sremmurd - SremmLife
Critic Score
Based on 12 reviews
2015 Ratings: #222 / 772
User Score
Based on 287 ratings
2015 Ratings: #553
January 6, 2015 / Release Date
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Ear Drummer / Interscope / Label
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CRITIC REVIEWS

81
Paste
When they’re in top form, they’re among the best at moving speakers and feet in hip hop.
80
AllMusic

The coming-of-age and kinetic SremmLife reminds listeners that jumping into "poppa's chair" was a thrilling mix of pride and new opportunities, plus, the album doubles as a guaranteed party soundtrack.

80
Rolling Stone
Producer Mike Will Made It's phantasmagoric funk is a perfect backdrop for rhymes about safe sex and paychecks, emptying out the ATM, and the raw thrill of making it big.
80
Complex
Never faltering toward the monotony of most Migos hooks or the allegedly artistic boredom of late-stage Future, the boys from Tupelo are grit and grease, energetic in both cases, an uncanny synthesis of Rich Gang and Ke$ha.
80
NOW Magazine

Despite Rae Sremmurd's rep for hyped-up celebration songs, the album's best moment comes when Lee and Jimmy eschew cranking up for something closer to cutesy romance.

78
Pitchfork

Though a few songs stretch out an interesting idea too far, SremmLife is a showcase of an electric new talent paired with all the trappings of a bigtime major label debut.

76
Sputnikmusic
As such, despite their subpar lyricism, the duo is a perfect match for Williams’ maximalist beats.
75
Pretty Much Amazing
The Brown brothers may be young, but they rap with the kind of conviction you believe to the core.
70
HipHopDX

Buzzing Atlanta based duo Rae Sremmurd offer more than enough reason to wild out on their Interscope debut SremmLife.

70
Exclaim!
This is Snapchat-raised turn-up music, trendy and self-actualizing through its references to memes that come quick as they go.
60
Spin

As a whole, SremmLife brims with potential; it's clear with each breath that Slim and Swae are hungry.

MariellyAkarius
41
When I pretend orgasm I do something more audible than this album
nnxsgny
90
H20 LEAN SAME THING
TheDankestMeme
42
Rae Sremmurd's debut studio album is a project that has some highs but is weighed down by the majority of the album. Come Get Her and This Could Be Us are two of Rae Sremmurd's best songs and are pretty good bangers however the rest of the album just doesn't hold up. One problem that I and some other people have with some of Rae Sremmurd's music is their occasionally annoying vocals and with songs like No Flex Zone and Up Like Trump that is in full effect.

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BruhMan
76
FAVORITE TRACKS: Lit Like Bic, No Flex Zone, This Could Be Us, Come Get Her, Throw Sum Mo & No Type

LEAST FAVORITE: My X & Up Like Trump
Kaapo
89
Holy shit this is even better than I remembered. Trap classic
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Track List

  1. Lit Like Bic
  2. Unlock the Swag (featuring Jace of Two-9) 
  3. No Flex Zone
  4. My X
  5. This Could Be Us
  6. Come Get Her
  7. Up Like Trump
  8. Throw Sum Mo (featuring Nicki Minaj & Young Thug)
  9. Yno (featuring Big Sean)
  10. No Type
  11. Safe Sex Pay Checks 
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