Yelawolf called Green Lantern and Boss Lady last night on Invasion Radio. During their conversation, Yela explained why he’s no longer using Twitter and due to the leaking of an unfinished version of “Gangsta Of Love”, he says the track will no longer be his first single nor appear on Radioactive.
Yelawolf was in the City of Lights last night and brought along his “Trunk Muzik”. Here’s footage from the lens of lolamusika.
Before Yelawolf gave his first UK show, he tells Sumit that Radioactive was initially a title of a track with Big Boi. Yela also says he completed the album in two weeks and that it will be released on September 27th.
Catfish Billy is currently across the pond and this evening, he performed at the XOYO in the UK. As always, Sumit was there to catch Shady’s latest recruit run through “Good To Go” and “Pop The Trunk”.
This was a personal favorite off Yelawolf’s 0-60 Trunk Muzik. And now, my prayers have been answered with an accompanying video. As hhnm points out, this is Yela’s first clip since signing to Shady Records earlier this year.
Yelawolf’s next video is set to premiere next week, but until it arrives, Yela explains to HardKnockTV the concept behind the video while on the set.
Catfish Billy took his country grammar to Beverly Hills to shoot his next video. The Smoking Section was on hand to take a few snaps on the set. Fire up them Lambos ’cause the video is on the way. Hope you got some Trunk Muzik: 0-60.