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Slim Jxmmi

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Aaquil Ibinshaman Brown (Inglewood, California, December 29, 1991), better known by stage name "Slim Jxmmi" is a rapper, songwriter, DJ and record producer originally from Tupelo, Mississippi. He is most widely known for being a member of hip hop duo Rae Sremmurd with his brother Swae Lee..[1] In 2018, he was featured on the single "This Is America" by Childish Gambino. In 2015, he helped co-write and was featured in platinum single "Blase" by Ty Dolla $ign. He was later on the single "We Can Hit" from the Creed 2 soundtrack. He deejays under the stage name Uncle Jxm.

Slim Jxmmi
Birth nameAaquil Ibshaman Brown
Born (1991-12-29) December 29, 1991 (age 29).[2]
Inglewood, California, U.S.
  • Rapper
  • DJ

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Early Life[edit]

Aaquil Ibinshaman Brown was born in Inglewood, California, to a single mother, Bernadette Walker, who worked on tanks in the United States Army in 1991.[3] Brown was raised in Tupelo, Mississippi, and began to make music in high school with his brother, Swae Lee, and another local rapper, Lil Pantz, in the group "Dem Outta St8 Boyz".[4]. While a part of this group, his stage name was "CaliBoy".[5].

After graduating high school, Brown, alongside his brother, Swae Lee, had a period of homelessness in which they squatted in an abandoned house in the city.[6][7]. In 2013, Slim Jxmmi and Swae Lee signed to Mike Will Made It's label EarDrummers Entertainment as Rae Sremmurd. They have since released three studio albums under EarDrummers: SremmLife, SremmLife 2, and SR3MM.[8]



On January 6, 2015, Jxmmi, alongside his brother, released their debut studio album, SremmLife. The album charted at number five on the US Billboard 200. It features the triple platinum single "No Type" and also includes the platinum singles "No Flex Zone", "Throw Sum Mo", "This Could Be Us" and "Come Get Her". Rae Sremmurd collaborated with American rapper Ty Dolla Sign and Future on platinum single "Blasé", which peaked at number 7 in the US.[9].

On May 4, 2018, Jxmmi released a taste of solo music with project, JXMTRO, on his brother's solo project, Swaecation, as a part of the triple disced, SR3MM. The set also contained Rae Sremmurd's third studio album.[10]


Known by alias, Uncle Jxm, Jxmmi has played at official parties for high-profile event including Galore Magazine's "Young, Hot Hollywood party"[11] alongside Allie Teilz, and Serena Williams' NYFW afterparty, celebrating the launch of her Signature Statement Collection[12]

Uncle Jxm has also spun for exclusive industry events including The Fader Magazine"s "Boom Basel Party"[13] alongside hit producer, Metro Boomin', Diplo's Mad Decent Block Party[14] with Diplo, Grandtheft, Herobust, and others. Jxmmi has also spun for private events including a private party for Childish Gambino.

Musical Style[edit]

Growing up with an army family, Brown moved frequently and cites many of the various places of his residence as greatly influential on his musical output. Evident in his work, influences and content, with much of it akin to the music he grew up listening to, which includes Future, Migos and Lil Wayne. [15].


  1. https://www.biography.com/musician/rae-sremmurd
  2. "18. Rae Sremmurd: 21 Under 21 (2014)". Billboard. Retrieved 2017-08-03.
  3. "What Happens in Vegas With Rae Sremmurd". Complex. Retrieved 2018-02-08.
  4. "Rae Sremmurd Behind The Scenes with Shorty Da Prince". ZHipHopCleveland.com.com. WENZ. 2 July 2014.
  5. "Becoming Rae Sremmurd". vice.com. Vice. 17 June 2017.
  6. Weiner, Jonah; Weiner, Jonah (2018-04-03). "High Times With the Black Beatles: Inside Rae Sremmurd's Wild Third Album". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 2018-12-28.
  7. "Interview: Rae Sremmurd". ACCLAIM. Retrieved 2018-02-08.
  8. Centeno, Tony (12 January 2018). "Mike Will Made-It Is Working On Rae Sremmurd Solo Albums". Vibe.com.
  9. "Future Chart History". billboard.com. 16 January 2016.
  10. "Rae Sremmurd Announce Release Date For "SR3MM" Triple Album". HotNewHipHop. Retrieved 2019-05-07.
  11. "Dove Cameron Hosted Galore's Annual Young Hot Hollywood Party Last Night". Galore. 2017-02-25. Retrieved 2019-05-07.
  12. "What It Looked Like Inside Serena Williams's Fashion Week After-Party". The FADER. Retrieved 2019-05-07.
  13. "Metro Boomin and Uncle Jxm Lit Up The FADER's Boom Basel Party". The FADER. Retrieved 2019-05-07.
  14. "DIPLO'S MAD DECENT IS COMING TO LA, CHICAGO, AND DETROIT". Global Spin 365. 2016-08-16. Retrieved 2019-05-07.
  15. "Slim Jimmy Biography". The Famous People. Retrieved 2019-08-26.

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