Lately, reader fave Yelawolf‘s been sitting on already-record album Love Story, the 2014-bound follow-up to debut set Radioactive. As a side effect of that decision, the Gadsden, Alabama repper hasn’t been making a lot of Booth appearances. To ensure “out of sight” doesn’t turn into “out of mind,” he’s dropped by to remind us that he’s still on his Hustle with a fresh video single off his last mixtape. On this whip-ready cut, constant collaborator WillPower‘s spacey synth arpeggios and bass-booming rhythm section accompany Yela as he shares some real talk regarding his career, admitting that he was suckered in by label execs’ false promises. Houston mainstay Paul Wall lightens the mood with an engaging, car-crazy opening verse. Potsy Ponciroli‘s official visuals, premiered today via Complex, round out the package. Hustle is just one of many bangers to be found on Yelawolf’s Trunk Muzik Returns street album, available now for free streaming and download in the Booth.
Written by richard on 10/16/13
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