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. rollingstone
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
It’s the show that never ends. And neither do these vlogs. For the fifth installment, Yela
Yelawolf’s tour recently made its way down to Nawlins and the Lone Star State. During the stop in Houston, he even got a custom made grill from none other than Paul Wall. Previously: Pt. 3
Still down past the Mason-Dixie Line, Yelawolf brings us a behind the scenes look at his tour stops in Tallahassee, Starkville, and Memphis. Previously: Pt. 2
Yela’s currently on his Slumerican tour. And while down in the Sunshine State, he shares both some studio and play time between his shows in Melbourne, St. Peters, and Jacksonsville. To be continued.
Off their collaborative EP Psycho White dropping in November, Travis and Yelawolf drop the project’s opening track. Background vocals by Skinhead Rob & Tim Armstrong.
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
For Champs Sport’s latest television spot, the sporting goods chain licensed Yelawolf’s “Good To Go”. Needless to say, this is a good look for Catfish Billy.
Robbing a Dollar General isn’t exactly a big pay-day. That’s why Strange Music’s Stevie Stone and Yelawolf run up in the jewelry store next door in their new video. Great cinematography and song. That chorus will probably be stuck in my head for the remainder of the day too. Stevie’s album Rollin is available here.