While many rappers would have you believe that they were Gangster since they came out the uterus, the truth is that G’s are largely products of the cold world in which they came up. On Yelawolf‘s latest mixtape single, the follow-up to late February’s F.A.S.T. Ride, the Gadsden, Albama rhymesayer takes a trip down Memory Lane, reflecting on the social, economic and cultural circumstances that made him into a rapper, and his childhood best friend into a criminal. Harlem hitmaker A$AP Rocky and Booth newcomer Big Henry guest, joining the headliner over SupaHot Beats’ slow-rolling street production. For Gangster and more where it came from, check out Yela’s Trunk Muzik Returns street album when it drops this Thursday for free digital download.
Written by richard on 03/13/13
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