Picture this. In support of their collaborative Psycho White EP, Travis Barker and Yelawolf gets animated and puts it all on paper for the new video. Funky shit.
“It’s like the most tattoos we’ve had up in here.”
Recently, Wolf and Travis made a pit stop over at Power 106 to discuss how they paired up. Yela also recalls meeting Eminem and his BET Cypher. Cell phones off, Travis. His drum set below.
How’s this for an all-white party? In support of their Psycho White EP, Travis and Yelwolf wreck havoc at the Roxy Theatre. God bless the clean up crew.
From the graveyard to the coroners, Travis, Yela and Riverside Community drum line paint their war faces on in the new visual. The Psycho White EP marches this way on November 13.
Along with the Danny Trejo and the Riverside Community College Drum Line, Travis and Yelawolf shoots the next visual off their November 13th-release, Psycho White. We see dead people.
For the first video off their Psycho White EP dropping on November 13, Travis puts the pedal to the medal in his ’64 Rivi while Yela turns it out from his Slumerican tour. These white boys are crazy.
Saddle up, we’re heading out West. Yela’s tour made it to Cali’s Santa Ana, San Diego and L.A. and here’s a look at the shows and visit to the ink parlor. As you can see, the tour got to his head.
Previously: Pt. 5
Inked up, Travis and Yela’s mug split the cover on their joint EP, Psycho White. Before it arrives in November, Complex shares the first look and its 5 titles below.
1. Push ‘Em Ft. Skinhead Rob & Tim Armstrong
2. 6 Feet Underground Ft. Tim Armstrong
3. Funky Shit
4. Whistle Dixie
5. Director’s Cut Ft. Michael Myers & Superman
White boys are crazy. During his recent chat with Billboard, Yelawolf says he delayed working on his sophomore album, Love Story to complete his joint EP with the Blink-182 drummer. No release date yet on the project titled, Psycho White, but he shares what we can expect.
“Every time we would get in the lab we’d knock something out. We just collaborated and… had a meeting of the minds. There’s a lot of cool stuff we came up with.” The EP also includes a guest appearance by Rancid’s Tim Armstrong, Barker’s bandmate in Transplants, on a “punk-reggae” track called “Can’t Push Us Around”. I don’t know Travis’ situation fully, the legals of it, whether it’s going to be free or sold or whatever. It’ll be available. As artists, hopefully we can get it on the shelves, but we’ll get it out there somehow. I’m just hyped for people to hear it.”