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Rae Sremmurd Celebrate 'SR3MM' With New 42 Video

Friday, 05 October 2018 Written by Huw Baines

Rae Sremmurd are in celebratory mood in their new video for 42.

The song has been lifted from their recent triple LP ‘SR3MM’, with Gunner Stahl’s clip finding Slim Jxmmi and Swae Lee bouncing between festival dates, fitting rooms and a brief hangout with Drake. Check it out below.

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