Yelawolf & Eminem Bring Great Vengeance & Furious Anger To Verse (Lyric Video)

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The biggest song of this week—at least evident by the AFH readership—has been Yelawolf & Eminem’s “Best Friend.”

At the intersection of high concept and skillful rapping, the Love Story (April 21) single plays like a prayer—but not of the traditional form. Instead, both of these childhood outcasts ask the heavens for help in bringing down those who have trespassed against them.

The moment, released 48 hours ago (April 13) calls for a lyric video, tracing the specific words, delivered deftly in the song:

Could Love Story be a game-changer in Yela’s career?

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