Within the past year, it seems like more artists are dropping longer projects. Drake's More Life, although a playlist, was over 20 tracks deep. Chris Brown's Heartbreak On A Full Moon was a double disc effort and Migos recent album Culture II is 24 songs longs with a physical release aiming to split it into two discs. However, it looks like Rae Sremmurd will be heading down the same route with their upcoming album.

Pitchfork recently caught up with Mike Will Made It at the Grammys red carpet. The producer revealed Rae Sremmurd's plans for this year which include a three disc album which will feature solo projects from Swae Lee and Slim Jxmmi as well as a Rae Sremmurd album.

"We got the Swae Lee, Swaecation, [Slim] Jxmmi’s Jxmtroduction, and then the Rae Sremmurd side," he said.

In addition, he also revealed that the duo's third album is still untitled which looks like the name SremmLife 3 is out the window. Instead, he said they're considering Sremmin' as the title for their third studio album.

While there's yet to be a solidified release date for any of their upcoming projects, Swae Lee did say over a week a go that Swaecation would drop in less than a month. Hopefully, we get that sooner but we're definitely eager to hear what Rae Sremmurd as a group have to offer on their third studio album.