Swae Lee addresses the confusion.
Rae Sremmurd are gearing up for their biggest album to date with Sr3mm. The third album from the collective is set to be packaged as a three disc project with one part specifically made for Rae Sremmurd while Swae Lee and Slim Jxmmi's solo albums make up the other two discs. After the release of their solo singles, many fans were confused by the credits. For example, Swae's latest single, "Guatemala" is credited as Swae Lee Ft. Slim Jxmmy & Rae Sremmurd. Swae has now taken it upon himself to thoroughly explain why the credits are the way they are.
Swae Lee drew a diagram to break down the three parts of Rae Sremmurd's forthcoming Sr3mm. In a very professor like manner, the rapper broke down the three parts of the album, Sr3mm, Swaecation and Jxmtro to formally explain how it works.
"Our album's a triple disc. Jxmmi side, Rae Sremmurd side and Swae's side, my side. So when we dropped "Powerglide," it said Rae Sremmurd featuring Swae Lee featuring Slim Jxmmi featuring Juicy J. Because that's a song off of Sr3mm side. So that's the Rae Sremmurd side but, it's also featuring Slim Jxmmi on his side and Swae Lee on his side." He said.
Hopefully, his breakdown can help the misguided but, it's clear that with this one, they're not only capitalizing on themselves as a duo but individual artists. He later used "Guatemala" as an example for a solo cut that'll feature both artists and Rae Sremmurd. He says that because a song features both him and Jxmmi, it'll also have Rae Sremmurd credited as a feature because they make up the group.
Peep his breakdown below and let us know you're still confused or not.