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They are just in their early twenties and are already being talked about as the future of hip-hop. Their single “Black Beatles” topped the Billboard singles chart, and has become the unofficial  anthem of the Mannequin Challenge —the craze that’s sweeping all across America and the rest of the world. Rae Sremmurd is one of the most exciting hip-hop duo in America.

They are the latest sensations in hip-hop, and have created the theme song to the latest Internet trend. We are talking about the American hip-hop duo Rae Sremmurd who are creating waves in America and other parts of the world with their infectious music. A lot of people don’t know that Rae Sremmurd is a duo, and are trying to look up Rae Sremmurd’s age. Brothers Khalif “Swae Lee” Brown and Aaquil “Slim Jxmmi” Brown make up Rae Sremmurd. Slim Jxmmi is 23 years old, while younger brother Swae Lee is just 21 years old. Rae Sremmurd’s songs,especially the monster hit “Black Beatles,” are played all over clubs in America. People are eager to know more about this musical duo, so we bring to you details of Rae Sremmurd’s wiki.

The Beginning

The brothers Brown are from Atlanta, Georgia and have been making music since 2013. The name Rae Sremmurd is derived from the band’s home label EarDrummers, by spelling each word backwards. They first started making music under the moniker “Dem Outta St8 Boyz” in local parties, bars, and their mother’s basement. They caught their first break when they performed on the Wild Out Wednesdaysegment on BET’s hip-hop, and R&B show 106 and Park. They were noticed, and began their inevitable search for a suitable record label.

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Hitting The Big Time

Their hard work paid off when they were signed to the label EarDrummers Entertainment, and they released their debut album called SremmLife. Singles from the album found their way to comfortable positions on the Billboard Hot 100 singles charts. The singles that gained major currency at parties all over urban America were “No Flex Zone,” “No Type,” “Throw Sum Mo,” and “This Could Be Us.” Their second album SremmLife 2 has given them instant stardom with their single “Black Beatles” topping the Billboard singles chart. This catchy and rhythmic song has become a sensation and a party favorite everywhere. Rae Sremmurd’s “Black Beatles” has also become the kind of unofficial song for the Mannequin Challenge sensation. Now that Rae Sremmurd has hit the big time, people are curious about their net worth. Rae Sremmurd’s net worth is $3.0 million and is sure to grow just like their number of fans.

What is The Mannequin Challenge?

The Mannequin Challenge is a viral Internet video trend where people remain frozen in action (like mannequins) while a video is recorded, usually with the song “Black Beatles” by Rae Sremmurd playing in the background. Some people believe that the inspiration behind this trend is the bunch of science-fiction films like The Matrix, Lost in Space, X-Men: Days of Future Past and Buffalo ‘66. Today lots everyone from professional athletes to celebrities have posted increasingly complex and elaborate videos. Even singer Paul McCartney and politician Hillary Clinton have had fun by doing the Mannequin Challenge.

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The Future of Hip-Hop?

Needless to say, Rae Sremmurd has also done the Mannequin Challenge in their live shows. All this has not distracted them from their work which has impressed even veterans of the hip-hop world. Right now they are promoting their second album SremmLife 2 which has hit singles like “Look Alive,” and of course “Black Beatles.” Their concerts are totally sold out, and fans can’t get enough of the duo. Now Swae Lee has announced that he will be releasing his debut solo album Swaecation soon. What more could fans ask for? So with tons of time to build their fame, and their endless supply of talent, Rae Sremmurd looks all set to be on the scene for a long time.

If you want to listen to their hit single “Black Beatles,” just click below.