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Rae Sremmurd Gucci Mane Black Beatles

Gucci Mane and Rae Sremmurd diamond plaques for 2016 hit, “Black Beatles.”

Rae Sremmurd and Gucci Mane are sneaking up on their first diamond trophies for their breakout 2016 song, “Black Beatles.”

Chart Data indicates that the song is only one million sales away from diamond status, having recently received a 9x platinum certification from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).

Rae Sremmurd and Gucci both achieved their first No. 1 single on the Billboard Hot 100 with the Mike WiLL Made-It produced song, largely because of the viral success of the “Mannequin Challenge” that went along with it.

Although this will be the Sremmurd team’s first certification of this grade, Swae Lee has already accomplished the accomplishment with his 2018 Post Malone duet, “Sunflower.” As of right now, it has a 2x diamond rating.

In an interview with Complex last year, Rae Sremmurd listed all the ways they think they’ve altered the appearance and sound of hip-hop.

Among the most significant influences on us was this hairstyle, to start. The way we entered the game with our dreads on top and our sides shaved completely altered the dynamics, according to Swae Lee.

“We came with the AutoTune and the heavy reverb,” he continued. That is, the tunes and the high-pitched vocal tones and everything. It undoubtedly affected a large number of people.

When discussing their own sense of style, Slim Jxmmi said, “I feel like we made it cool to be yourself.” Many people act in similar ways and create similar emotions. We have pleasure creating various kinds of music.

Anyone is able to hear it. My brother says this all the time: “We have music that anybody can listen to, regardless of the kind of life they’re leading.” “I don’t have any type.” Whatever you do, it could resonate with everyone. It makes no difference if it’s male or female. That’s how we produce music for the world.

With a string of hits including “No Type,” “Come Get Her,” “Swang,” “Black Beatles,” “No Flex Zone,” “Throw Sum Mo,” and others in the mid-2010s, the fervent brothers from Mississippi came rushing out of the gate and put the hip-hop world on notice.

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