AceShowbiz - After topping the Billboard Hot 100 chart for six weeks with the %cGucci Mane%-assisted track "Black Beatles", brotherly duo %cRae Sremmurd% caps off their successful year with a video for "Real Chill" featuring %cKodak Black%. In the new visual, the dynamic duo hosts a lit holiday party, which features an array of colorful Christmas light and a plethora of twerking women.
Throughout the Max-directed video, Rae Sremmurd's Swae Lee and Slim Jxmmi are joined by Kodak to perform the track during a smoky house party as Swae raps, "My homies the real deal, we smokin' that kill-kill/ She shake it, it feel real/ The paper flowin' still, now that b***h wanna chill/ And the s**t stay chill."
Elsewhere in the video, Kodak talks about some of the criminal activities he's engaged in, spitting, "She be tellin' me 'baby boy don't steal'/ I ain't listen to her cause I still steal/ One snap in, I put some racks in my grill/ No weapons allowed, I brought my strap in here still."
The visual was filmed in recent weeks after Kodak was released from jail in Florence County, South Carolina after posting $100,000 bail. According to Max, "Real Chill" visual was shot at an Airbnb in Miami, the same place where Kodak filmed his "There He Go" video.
In total, Rae Sremmurd has unleashed eight visuals for tracks off their 2016 "SremmLife 2", including the chart-topping "Black Beatles" featuring Gucci Mane, "Start a Party", "Set the Roof" featuring %cLil Jon%, "Shake It Fast" featuring %cJuicy J%, "Now That I Know", "By Chance" and "Look Alive".
As for Kodak, he has had a busy 2016. He spent 3 months in Florida county lockup for drug charges and he was later sent to South Carolina to face a criminal sexual conduct charge. Soon after he was released from jail, the 19-year-old rapper unleashed a brand new track titled "There He Go."