On June 7, 1995, Swan was born, while Slim was born on December 29, 1993. Furthermore, Rae Sremmurd, a duo formed in 2008, will celebrate 13 years in 2022.
Rae Sremmurd’s Age
Rae Sremmurd’s Slim Jxmmi & Swae Lee are 27 & 25 years old, respectively.
According to celebrity net worth, Rae Sremmurd does have a collective net worth of $12 million. Their principal source of income has been as Hip-Hop Singers, and they have amassed a sizable wealth. After turning down massive record agreements, they finally signed with Ear Drummer Records with CEO Mike Will on January 1, 2014.
In Whittier, California, Aaquil Iben Shamon “Slim Jxmmi” Brown & his younger brother, Khalif Malik Ibn Shaman “Swae Lee” Brown, were born. Their mom Bernadette Walker raised them and their brother Michael after her father left the family. Walker was a member of the United States Army, and her family was stationed in Mississippi, Maryland, & Texas.
Slim Jxmmi & Swae Lee began practicing, dancing, and producing music together at a young age. The family had moved to an Ida Street housing development in Tupelo, Mississippi when they were in middle school to join Walker’s new sibling, Floyd Sullivan.
Jemiah Middlebrooks was introduced to the Brown brothers while playing basketball at Tupelo’s local park. They agreed to construct a hip-hop group with him named “Dem Outta St8 Boyz.” Aaquil became “CaliBoy,” Khalif became “Kid Krunk,” & Jemiah became “Lil Pantz.”They bought equipment and produced music at home with money earned from part-time jobs. The two brothers are making their beats as the rest of the group rapped. The boys posted songs & dancing videos on social media, obviously inspired by Soulja Boy Tell’Em.
At the same time, Jermarcus Jackson, aka JJ (now known as Jay Sremm), a teenage disc jockey who attended Tupelo Middle School with two brothers, first met and eventually became friends with the trio. He then became the group’s DJ.
Bernadette Walker & her companion soon parted ways. These two brothers began skipping school following their breakup to devote more time to the music. They would come home late at night, even if they had school the following morning. Their mother finally kicked them out of her house, keeping them homeless since she was fed up with their routines. They began squatting with a friend and their stepfather in an empty house in the city. They took control of the situation.
The group’s single “Party Animal” was released in early 2010, gaining them local prominence and allowing them to perform at local festivals and have their music broadcast on local radio stations. With the help of their money, the trio auditioned again for the “Wild Out Wednesday” feature on BET’s 106 & Park at Memphis, Tennessee, and qualified.
They performed “Party Animal” on December 8 in New York City as part of the event. Later, while freestyling inside the high school courtyard, the group encountered a young rapper called Andre “King Dre” Harris (now known as BoBo Swae). Andre, a native of West Point, Mississippi, began working with the group. The group’s debut project was finally released months later.
Around this time, Jamarcus introduced the band to producer Pierre “P-Nazty” Slaughter, a relative of his who grew up in Tupelo but had relocated to Atlanta to work for Mike Will Built Its record label EarDrummers. P-Nazty was so taken with the youngsters’ music that he collaborated with them. As a result, the three rappers left Tupelo and moved to Georgia to work with P-Nazty & Marquel “Marz” Middlebrooks (an EarDrummers producer).
They took use of the opportunity to perform on talent programs & recorded the track “I Dip,” which was produced by Marz and helped them gain even more notoriety. At the beginning of 2012, they launched their second project, “The Three Stooges Mixtape.”
Unfortunately, the boys were forced to return to the country owing to financial difficulties, causing their group to disband temporarily. To conserve money, the brothers started working: Aaquil at a mattresses factory and Khalif at a fast food joint wherein he served burgers.
They were putting in approximately 12 hours every day. Aaquil relocated Khalif and Andre into an apartment he rented after turning 21. They resumed creating music and throwing weekend parties. Despite this, these rappers had issues with the police as a result of noise complaints also with their landlord as a result of their failure to trim their yard.
Meanwhile, P-Nazty & Marz, seeing the trio’s potential and motivation, tried to persuade them to leave their jobs and go to Atlanta to try their luck in music once more. After Aaquil resigned because he didn’t think he’d pass a drug screen, the trio planned to return to Atlanta, owing to Andre’s automobile.