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Hailing from rural Alabama, Yelawolf has gone from perpetually struggling, under-underground emcee to critical darling with a major-label deal and huge budget in just a few short years. Radioactive is his first big release (he dropped Creek Water in 2005, and also has a bunch of mixtapes to his credit). This pairs him up with a gang of superstars, such as Kid Rock ("Let's Roll"), Lil Jon ("Hard White"), and Killer Mike ("Slumerican Shitizen"). Stylistically, he comes with an angsty, machine-gun flow strikingly similar to Eminem (who signed him to Shady Records and also appears on the excellent "Throw It Up"), with hard rock and country-flavored tracks backing lyrics about small-town living, trailer park poverty, dues paid, and a lifetime of struggle. With its ultra-slick production (from Will Power, Diplo, J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, and Jim Jonsin), and a co-sign from Mr. Shady himself, there's no doubt that Yelawolf could be very, very big. Don't miss "Good Girl," "Animal," and the autobiographical closer, "The Last Song."

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This album just completely changed my view of Yelawolf. I could never really get into his rapping, but now I'm finally seeing how raw and skilled it really is. Definitely one of the best albums of the year, along with "Welcome to Strangeland," "Take Care", and "Project Defcon."


Honestly I was worried about this album and Yelawolf not sticking to his roots, but this album is raw Yelawolf. Every song on here is great with hard verses enriched with deep feeling. Animal, Good Girl, The Hardest Love Song in the World & Growin' Up in the Gutta are some of the best tracks I have heard come out of music in some time. This is a new style off "white trash" musical hybrid that simply delivers. Buy this album, if your a true fan of real hip-hop you will be thankful you did.


Yelawolf is amazing. The last song might be the best song I've ever heard. Eminem has a great little protege.

Radioactive>Blue Slide Park>Take Care


Born: December 30, 1979 in Gadsden, AL

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Yelawolf is an underground rapper from a small town in the South who found major-label success in 2011. Born Michael Wayne Atha on December 30, 1979, in Gadsden, Alabama, he made his full-length album debut with the independent release Creekwater (2005). He subsequently made the jump to Sony BMG for the release of a promotional single, "Kickin'" (2007). Disillusioned with life on a major label, he returned to the underground rap scene. Newly inspired, he worked to build an audience for himself via...
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Radioactive (Deluxe Version), Yelawolf
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