Mike WiLL Made It's protege's Rae Sremmurd made The Breakfast Club their first stop to chop it up about their debut album SremmLife, which drops today (Jan.6).
The Mississippi natives came baring gifts, handing Angela Yee, DJ Envy and Charlamagne copies of the "All-New Captain America" issue that features them standing with the first ever black Captain America. When asked how they ended up on the cover, they were light on details.
"There was just some crazy stuff that happened and they put us on there," Swae Lee said. "We changed the game so I guess they felt they needed to put us on there, like we needed to protect Captain America."
If you plan on copping SremmLife today, Slim Jimmy promises that fans will not be disappointed.
"You're not gonna be able to turn it off," said the 24-year-old. "I already know. It's live. It's good energy. It's not just party music."
Watch the interview to hear the clarify the meaning of not having a type, how they met Mike WiLL Made It and see them teach Charlamagne their signature dance.<iframe src="http://revolt.tv/embed/FD8A51FC-9330-4723-BBFA-BA4A460426EA" width="855" height="480" scrolling="no" seamless="seamless" allowfullscreen="allowfullscreen"></iframe>