Rae Sremmurd & Travis Scott Collide on New Single, "CLOSE"

Produced by their mentor, Mike Will Made-It.

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It’s officially SR3MM season and with that being said, Swae Lee and Slim Jxmmi are now sharing their latest album cut, “CLOSE” featuring Travis Scott. The track was notably produced by longtime collaborator and mentor Mike WiLL Made-It who just wrapped up his Edgewood project with uprising Atlanta rapper, Trouble. Meanwhile, this latest offering has all the makings of summer anthem that’ll likely be on heavy rotation for months to come.

In addition, over the course of the past six weeks, we saw Rae Sremmurd not only “Powerglide” a Lamborghini, but also drop off some designer bars on their Pharrell-assisted cut, “Chanel.” As for the SR3MM project itself, no release date has been announced as of yet, but the LP has been confirmed as a triple-album that’ll feature appearances from The Weeknd, Travis Scott and Future amongst others.

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