By The Hip Hop Writer
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer
In 2011, Yelawolf released his highly-anticipated debut album, Radioactive. After receiving comparisons to Eminem, Yelawolf signed to his imprint, Shady Records, late in 2010. Yelawolf was signed to Shady Records, alongside the popular hip hop foursome, Slaughterhouse.
Yelawolf, a native of Alabama, already had a large fan base on the mixtape scene and this translated into his mainstream success. Among the artists Yelawolf was compared to includes Paul Wall. Coinciding with the emergence of Machine Gun Kelly, his Interscope label-mate, the two have engaged in a high-profile feud.
Karmaloop TV spoke with Yelawolf for their “That’s Life” series. During the interview, the Alabama rhymer discussed Paul Wall’s grills. The Houston rapper recently announced his new venture making grills. Yelawolf also discussed the people who come to his shows that chant “fuck MGK.”
Watch the entire interview below: