Monday, November 28, 2022

This Could Be Us – Prince, Rae Sremmurd and More



Since Jan. 1 of this year, the phrase “This Could Be Us” has been mentioned over 6.8 million times on Twitter. Prince has even written a song about it. Described as a “joyous ballad,” it will be featured on his next album. The song is a satire on romantic relationships and the power of a good meme. Prince’s next album is expected to be released in June.
Rae Sremmurd’s “This Could Be Us”

Rae Sremmurd released their third monster hit with “This Could Be Us.” The track was inspired by a popular tweet and filmed in South Africa. The video depicts the life of young ballers and the challenges they face, from relationship troubles to long-distance relationships. The video features the duo communicating long distance via Skype. The song was released on April 21 through EarDrummers and Interscope Records.

The song is featured on the latest XXL magazine cover and is the first single from SremmLife, the rapper’s debut album. The album is due out on July 26 via Ear Drummer/Interscope. Listen to “This Could Be Us” now. We’ll be back soon to discuss the album. If you missed “This Could Be Us,” you can listen to the full version below.
The song’s video

The This Could Be Us meme has become one of the most popular in recent history. The song is a collaboration between rappers Slim Jxmmi and Swae Lee, who are pronounced “ray shrim-MER.” The two men are from Tupelo, Miss., and Atlanta, Georgia. They have since become the subjects of frenzied meme-making. While the song has been credited with starting the meme, many other examples can be found online.

Rae Sremmurd, a rapper from Tupelo, Miss., has released another rap song, based on the popular Twitter meme #ThisCouldBeUsButYouPlayin. The rap song is absurdly catchy, but the song’s video is equally silly. It features the duo connecting with one another over Skype to do a long-distance recording session.
The Twitter meme that inspired it

“This Could Be Us” is a song by rapper Rae Sremmurd from Tupelo, Mississippi. The song is the latest in a string of hits inspired by the Twitter meme. Rapper Slim Jxmmi, who goes by the stage name “Ray-shrim-MER,” and fellow rapper Swae Lee, a New Orleans native, make up the duo. Their song is about wishing Trump was president, and the music video is just as ridiculous as the song.

“Oh to be” is a recent trend on Twitter. Users often post photos of places or people they’d like to be in. Originally, this was a fun way to celebrate romantic relationships, but now it’s more of a social commentary. The idea originated in late September with user @vjllanelles, who later reclaimed the meme and started tagging celebrities. Since then, the meme has gone viral, with hundreds of thousands of users sharing the pictures.

While most people use a single image for a meme, many forget to include text, even if the images aren’t text-only. Adding text to a tweet is essential, as without it, people with screen readers won’t be able to understand the message. Moreover, without alt text, images don’t convey much information. Using a screen reader is especially helpful for people with disabilities.


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