Travis Scott released a new track hours ago, which is for “the real fans” and “the real ragers”. While we love the new record, producer Mike WiLL Made-It must not be a “real fan” as he sent a subliminal tweet aimed Scott’s way. “N*ggas dropping songs trying to sound like @iHipsterLee (Rae Sremmurd’s Swae Lee)” tweeted Mike. While Mike WiLL didn’t mention Scott directly, the timing and context of the tweet made things pretty obvious. It will be interesting to see if Scott, who has a unique sound of his own, will respond to the ATL producer.
Listen to ‘Antidote’ and check out Mike WiLL Made-It’s tweet below.
Nardwaur the Human Serviette’s string of SXSW interviews continues this week as he just released his new interview with producer Mike Will Made-It. Nardwuar (as always) brings out the best of the artists with his one-of-a-kind interviews, and not only does he bring a number of records for Mike, the interview even ends with Mike Will Made-It kind of suplexing Nardwuar (all in good fun though).
Watch the full interview below and Doot Doola Doot Doo…
2014 was Rae Sremmurd’s year. In the summer, Rae Sremmurd (rappers Swae Lee and Slim Jimmy) released their first single ‘No Flex Zone’ through EarDrummers Entertainment (producer Mike WiLL Made-It’s Interscope Records imprint), making the track one of the summer’s anthems and an instant favorite on the internet. To kick-off the fall, the Mississippi rappers proved their doubters wrong by the release of their equally successful track ‘No Type’, making the duo two-for-two on making rap hits and quieting any one-hit-wonder predictions. Months later, and in just one week on January 6th, Rae Sremmurd is releasing their debut album SremmLife (available now for streaming), when rap fans did not know their name less than a year ago.
Every since the rap world was introduced to the Mississippi-natives Rae Sremmurd, the duo has been hitting the ground running with their very successful tracks ‘No Flex Zone’ and ‘No Type’. Now we have the group’s debut album SremmLife which is 11-tracks and features appearances by Nicki Minaj, Big Sean, and Young Thug and production by Mike Will Made It.