Yelawolf Songs

  • To Whom It May Concern
    To Whom It May Concern
    Yelawolf is currently working on a new album at the moment called Trial By Fire, which will serve as the follow up to this year’s Love Story LP. While we wait for the lead single and further updates to arrive, the Alabama artist decides to share a new track onto his Youtube page in the meantime called “To Whom It May Concern.”
  • LAF (Remix)
    LAF (Remix)
    Rittz taps Yelawolf, Royce Da 5'9', and KXNG Crooked to spit a verse on his remix to "LAF", which originally appeared on his acclaimed 2014 album Next To Nothing.  Macabre string-and-tuba production courtesy of Matic Lee is suitable for the subject matter at hand (y'all lame as fuck!) and may sound familiar to Tech N9ne fans (Rittz is signed to Strange Music).
  • Best Friend
    Best Friend
    Yelawolf's long-awaited sophomore album, Love Story, is out next week, but we're getting a leak at one of the project's most anticipated tracks a bit early. Today, "Best Friend" has made it's way out, featuring a guest verse from Yela's Shady Records boss, Eminem. As he tends to do, Em goes long, going well over 16 bars. Meanwhile, Yela handles hook duties, offering yet another country-inflected melody that works perfectly over the arpeggiated guitar line. Look out for the album April 21st. 
  • American You
    American You
    When Yelawolf dropped off "Till It's Gone," the lead single from his upcoming album Love Story, the country rock influence that had been lurking in his music since day one finally came to the forefront. That continues to be the case with the next single, which is entitled "American You."
  • Led Zeppelin (Freestyle)
    Led Zeppelin (Freestyle)
    Yelawolf brings us back to his rock-inspired freestyle series today. The Shady Records rapper rolled out a lot of freestyles over some classic rock beats earlier in the year, to warm us up for his sophomore album Love Story. He's already tackled The Doors, Pink Floyd and Jimi Hendrix, so today he opts for some Led Zeppilin. Yela goes in over the instrumental for "Dazed & Confused," and it works really well. 
  • Whiskey In A Bottle
    Whiskey In A Bottle
    It's about time Yelawolf starts rolling out his long-awaited sophomore effort, Love Story, and hopefully "Whiskey In A Bottle" is a sign of that. After experimenting with some classic rock instrumentals for a freestyle series, Yela laced us with the country-tinged "Til It's Gone". He continues the trend today for "Whiskey In A Bottle". The rapper is definitely sticking to his Southern roots and creating his own lane at the same time. There aren't many rappers with this sound, especially the ones coming out of the south. 
  • Psychopath Killer
    Psychopath Killer
    As we all await Eminem and Shady Records' Shady XV compilation, the label has dropped off another new track from it. "Psychopath Killer" features Em, Yelawolf and Slaughterhouse, and was produced by the insanely talented team of Just Blaze, Boi-1da & The Maven Boys. 
  • Voodoo Child (Freestyle)
    Voodoo Child (Freestyle)
    Last week, Yelawolf took a break from his freestyle series over rock songs to go "full Mumford" on a new original, but this week he's right back at it, going in over an alternate version of Jimi Hendrix's "Voodoo Child" (also sometimes referred to as "Voodoo Chile," as you'll see in the artwork).
  • Till It's Gone
    Till It's Gone
    If you were tuned into Tuesday night’s episode of Sons Of Anarchy then you probably have already heard this new Yelawolf record “Till It’s Gone”, but if not, then here ya go. With the some acoustic guitar riffs holding the production together, Yelawolf delivers a new Southern gem for the fans. From his smooth flow & lyrics to the catchy hook, this has the makings to do very well on the charts. Look for it to live on his upcoming album, Love Story, which is dropping soon.
  • Alabama (Freestyle)
    Alabama (Freestyle)
    Yelawolf keeps the rock-tinged hip-hop freestyles coming this week, with his latest one taking a sample from The Doors track of the same name for "Alabama." It's pretty dope, as Yela keeps Jim Morrison's original hook in tact to use as his own chorus. Also given the fact that Yelawolf is a native of Alabama, this makes sense. Nonetheless it seems like the idea wasn't his own, as he shouts out a random Twitter user at the end of track.
  • Money (Freestyle)
    Money (Freestyle)
    Last week, Yelawolf surprised all of us by releasing what very well may be the first-ever freestyle over a song by funk-metal band Primus (simply titled "Primus Freestyle"). Now he returns, showing that he's just begun his takeover of rock tracks with a freestyle over Pink Floyd's "Money."
  • Primus Freestyle
    Primus Freestyle
    Yelawolf decides to drop off something new today, a "Primus" freestyle. Opening up with a slowed down snippet from Eminem's "Hi My Name Is", Yela raps about his whole thought process going into this freestyle; how he was gunna do just another regular freestyle but it soon turned into something so much more. The hard-hitting rock-influenced record also finds Yelawolf addressing who he was "before hip-hop", being a white/redneck rapper, plus a shot at Charlamagne Tha God.
  • Profit
    Rittz's Strange Music debut, Next To Nothing, drops on September 9th, and today the ATL spitter has shared another leak from it. "Profit" features the other best-known white Southern rapper, Yelawolf, as well as Shawty Fatt.
  • Honey Brown
    Honey Brown
    Last Halloween, Yelawolf hit us with a 5 track EP in collaboration with Three 6 Mafia's DJ Paul. The pairing was obviously a great match as Paul (along with Malay) has returned on Yela's new single, "Honey Brown". The rapper described the very circumstances in which the song was written in, saying, "I had 2 of my favorite producers in the same room to make this record."Yela's sophomore album LOVESTORY is due out sometime this year, though it's not clear if the new record will serve as a single or is simply a warm-up track for the new record.
  • Box Chevy V
    Box Chevy V
    Those who've been following Yelawolf's career know that the "Box Chevy" series is something special. Excitement then grew when it was announced that "Box Chevy V" would be the official first single from the rapper's sophomore effort, Love Story. 
  • Louder
    Yelawolf links up with InkMonstarr for a new rock-influenced track titled "Louder". No word on where this record will end up. Give it a listen and let us know what you think! Quotable lyrics: "Yelawolf Yelawolf get a handle, get a grip get ammo/ It's the return of camo, A hit with a hit is a trick candle"
  • Cuz I'm Famous
    Cuz I'm Famous
    Travis Barker and Scoop Deville join forces for this new production, which features the motley crew of Paul Wall, Hopsin, and Yelawolf. Wall starts things off, with his signature lazy southern drawl, before Hopsin and Yelawolf show up for some crazy double-time flows. No word on whether this will tunr up on an offical project from Travis, but it is available on iTunes. Quotable lyrics:
  • Get Straight
    Get Straight
    Things are improving for Yelawolf with each new offering, and Get Straight is certainly no exception. It's a worthy addition to the Yelawolf's catalogue, which has seen much evolution as of late. We're definitely anticipating the next step.
  • Party Prophet
    Party Prophet
    Yelawolf's movement grows stronger with each new release, and Party Prophet has further strengthened that fact. It's a solid addition to the commendable body of work Yelawolf has been creating since stepping foot in the rap game, and we're definitely looking forward to what Yelawolf has on deck.
  • Zen
    Bump Zen, the latest cut from Mickey Factz featuring Yelawolf on the assist. It was released on Monday, October 28th, 2013. Things are improving for Mickey Factz with each new offering, and Zen is certainly no exception. It's a worthy addition to the Mickey Factz's catalogue, which has seen much evolution as of late. We're definitely anticipating the next step. If you dig this, visit Mickey Factz's profile for the latest info, news, songs, and mixtapes. Is this a good combination? Can you dig it?