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Watch Rae Sremmurd Unlock Their Swag On ESPN's 'Highly Questionable'

Here's how the brothers rose from homelessness to life of the party.

Rae Sremmurd are going to take over your 2015, whether you like it or not. The Atlanta-based brothers known as Swae Lee and Slim Jimmy dominated 2014's radio airwaves with the double punch hits "No Type" and "No Flex Zone," and with this month's release of their debut album Sremmlife they are on the cusp of full-fledged stardom.

And what could be further proof of their pending greatness than the chance to goof off and turn up on ESPN's "Highly Questionable"—a talk show styled segment that features a set designed to look like a Miami kitchen, and assumes a subsequently casual air. Avid viewers will remember that a few weeks back, Pat Sajak came on air to deliver his own version of "No Type", which elicited an equally entertaining reaction from the brothers.

For their own appearance on the show though, Rae Sremmurd did not disappoint, fielding questions about their past homelessness, favorite city to party in (Spoiler alert: Miami, duh), and whether or not they have any of the the common sibling tiffs (they don't).

Oh also, Bomani Jones bemoans the time they showed up to a party in Art Basel and got everyone kicked out because they wouldn't stop jumping on the bar. In short, they bring a little slice of Sremmlife to ESPN, and it's a win-win situation for everyone involved. And yes, there was definitely some swag being unlocked. Watch the clip below: