Yelawolf Freestyles Over A Primus Beat, Really Well (Audio)

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Yelawolf likes Rock & Roll just as much as he enjoys Hip-Hop. Heads who heard Catfish Billy’s breakthrough 2008 mixtape Stereo know that it’s nothing for the Gadsden, Alabama MC to tear apart Rock breaks. Rapping over Lynyrd Skynyrd and Pink Floyd tracks, the fast-rapping MC went to work in what would ultimately grab the attention of Heads and labels alike.

These days, Yela’ is gearing up for his latest solo album. Driving further into Country and heavier Rock, the Shady Records MC goes back to his blueprint. This time, Yelawolf hops on a Primus track. The same California band that Eminem famously ushered to the Hip-Hop audience care of “My Name Is,” is the brilliant backdrop to some deft rapping from one of the brightest voices from the past five years. Listen close, and you’ll hear Yela’ square up against some of his recent critics, including Charlamagne Tha God, who the MC really goes after…

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