Yelawolf ‘Let’s Roll’ Video Ft. Kid Rock

Yelawolf 'Let's Roll'

Yelawolf is out with the music video to his new single ‘Let’s Roll’, featuring Kid Rock, off the rapper’s debut studio album ‘Radioactive’, out now on Shady / Interscope. The video was filmed in The Bronx and Yelawolf’s hometown Gadsden, Alabama. Watch the Syndrome directed video via YouTube below.

Yelawolf ‘Hard White (Up In The Club)’ Video

Yelawolf shows off his tattoos in 'Hard White' music video

Yelawolf is out with the music video to his new single ‘Hard White (Up In The Club)’, off the Gadsden, Alabama rapper’s second studio album ‘Radioactive’, out now on Shady/ Interscope. Watch the Motion Family directed video, filmed August 26th in Atlanta, via Vevo below.

Yelawolf Reacts To Demo Of ‘Animal’ Leaking

Yelawolf tattoo

Yelawolf issued a statement about the leak of a demo version of ‘Animal’, taken from the Alabama rapper’s upcoming debut studio album ‘Radioactive’, dropping October 24th on Shady Records. “That was a demo that I sent back,” Yelawolf said. “I thought the hook was horrible, and I told ’em fu** no. We still don’t know where it came from or how it got out there, but officially the real version featuring Fefe Dobson is dropping in November. I assure you it’s way crazier and I can’t wait for people to hear it.” Watch the message below.

Yelawolf Releasing ‘Trunk Muzik 0 – 60’ On November 22nd


Alabama-born rapper Yelawolf will release his Ghet-O-Vision Entertainment/DGC/Interscope debut entitled ‘Trunk Muzik 0 – 60’ on November 22nd. ‘Trunk Muzik 0 – 60’ is a collection of six tracks that appeared on Yelawolf’s 2010 mixtape ‘Trunk Muzik’ (“Pop The Trunk,” “Box Chevy,” “Good To Go,” “I Wish,” “Love is not Enough,”and “Trunk Muzik”), plus six brand-new tracks, including the new single ‘I Just Wanna Party’, featuring Gucci Mane.

“On ‘0 – 60’ we’re bringing new fans up to speed with some of the best songs from the mix tape while also showcasing what I’ve been up to since signing with Interscope,” Yelawolf said in a press release. “The demand for new music has been crazy. That’s why putting out ‘Trunk Muzik 0 – 60’ made sense to me; to give my fans something to hold them over until my official album next year.”