One of their most popular songs known by several Ugandans is ‘No flex Zone’. “(Hey) No flex zone, (hey) no flex zone…” it goes.
The Hip Hop duo originates from Tupelo, Mississippi. Brothers, Swae Lee and Slim Jxmmi founded it.
Rae Sremmurd has been active since 2013.
2015 was a great year for them – when their debut album SremmLife was released.
It went on to sell over 1,000,000 copies in the US and was certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).
Now, one the members seems to have fallen in love with Uganda, specifically the Uganda National team, Uganda Cranes.
Swae Lee – a member of the duo – posted a photo on social media clad in a Uganda Cranes jersey.
Austin Texas what's good pic.twitter.com/rEhbcjQwmp
— Swae Lee Lee Swae (@goSwaeLee) March 16, 2017
How he got it? We’ll have to do some more research. But the star drew attention as he sent his shout outs to his fans in Austin, Texas.
Uganda Cranes has attracted warm regards and love from all over world since qualifying for the Africa Cup of Nations for the first time since 1978.
Uganda defeated Comoros thanks to 1-0 victory to secure a place for Gabon. The side did not progress from the group stage after a 1-0 loss to Ghana, a 1-0 loss to Egypt and a 1-1 draw with Mali.
More about Rae Sremmurd
The name “Rae Sremmurd” is derived from the duo’s home label, EarDrummers, by spelling each word backwards.
The duo are best known for their single “Black Beatles” from SremmLife 2, which peaked at number 1 on the US Billboard Hot 100 while also charting in the top ten in territories across the world, and “No Type”, “No Flex Zone”, and “Throw Sum Mo” from SremmLife. The duo’s newest single is “Swang”