Yelawolf drops new video for his first single, “Box Chevy V”
Alabama’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Grandbaby, Yelawolf, prepares for his sophomore album release from Eminem‘s Shady Records. “Love Story” will be Yelawolf’s second album title, following his Freshman release, “Radioactive“, which I was a huge fan of. However, I always like when Yelawolf does his mixtapes with SupaHotBeats. I haven’t heard too much about who all will be on Yeller’s project yet, or which producers he’s deciding to work with, although “Box Chevy V” was produced by one of my favorites, WLPWR, (stay tuned for a possible interview)
Anyways, Yelawolf takes his Chevy truck thru the backwoods of what is safe to assume Alabama and talks about his love for Chevrolet. “This ain’t no gay Ford, i’m pushin’ bow ties til I die..” Yelawolf has released 4 other “Box Chevy” tracks throughout his projects, all with a different feel and mood to them. It’s safe to say i’m a huge fan of this one, i’ve been bumping the track since he released the single a month or so ago. I’m really looking forward to seeing what else Yelawolf has up his sleeve for this album, i’ve been following his career closely since I heard his mixtape, “Trunk Muzik“.
Check out Yelawolf’s “Box Chevy V” below and comment to Say Somethin’ about what you think!
VEVO Lyric Video for “Box Chevy V”
VEVO Video for “Box Chevy V”
Even though Yela’s debut album ‘Radioactive’ did not sell first week what they hoped for (Sold 41k), This hasn’t stopped him from pushing on with the promo as he stops by Kimmel to drop 2 live performances including ‘The Hardest Love Song In The world’ after the jump!
Yela talks about ‘The Hardest Love Song In The World’ preparing his audience for his ‘Radioactive’ album dropping November 21st, check it out after the jump!
He just announced that his New album ‘Radioactive’ will be released November 21st with the album artwork after the jump, but while here in the UK Yelawolf dropped by Tim Westwood to drop a freestyle. Now you know a dope freestyle on a Tim Westwood show is great for any rappers career. So how did he do compared to his mentor Shady’s Tim Westwood freestyle or even fellow white rapper Asher Roth for that matter? Say Somethin’ after the jump!