From Yelawolf’s music you can tell he’s proud to be from his home state of Alabama. You can also tell that well he likes spitting verses, he also has an appreciation for Chevy’s, Lamborghini’s, and a good party.
A follow up to Yelawolf’s very successful mix-tape ‘Trunk Muzik 0-60‘(Ghet-O-Vision), ‘Radioactive’ ( Shady/Interscope) is a collection of 15 thunderous tracks. Starting with the introduction track to the last track ‘The Last Song’ the album never stops.
‘Radioactive’ features many twists and turns and many tracks that show a strong emotional side, not seen on previous mix-tapes. Some of the highlights include the track ‘Lets Roll’ which features Kid Rock on vocals and ‘Hard White’ featuring Lil Jon. And the collaboration between Yelawolf, Gangsta Boo, and Eminem ‘Throw it Up’
However the best track on the album is the autobiographical ‘The Last Song’ in which Yelawolf talks about growing up without a father and how he overcame all his struggles. The track almost seems like a letter to his absent father, telling him he doesn’t need him and is just fine now. Overall the album is a solid major label debut and shows that Yelawolf as a bright future ahead of him.
Check out the music for Yelawolf’s ‘Lets Roll’ music video Ft. Kid Rock: