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Last time HipHopDX spoke with Yelawolf, it was around the fairly turbulent rollout for Love Story. From troubling interviews with Highly Questionable to social media posts defending his love of the Confederate Flag, those moments all overshadowed his second major-label studio album Love Story. Since then, he’s released several projects, including Trial By Fire and 2019’s Trunk Muzik 3, before departing from Shady Records and parent label Interscope. 

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Catching up with Catfish Billy before entering the next decade at Downtown Los Angeles venue 1720, he’s touring in promotion of Ghetto Cowboy — his first album solely under the Slumerican label. This time around, Yela seems to have found clarity past the dark moments of his career nearly five years ago. 

With the line to the entrance growing nearly out of control, obviously his fans have become as dedicated as ever. Before the doors to show opened, Yela took time to speak with DX about the new album, lessons learned from Eminem in running Slumerican, touring, Hick Hop and how the controversy around the Confederate Flag hurt any chances of his Big K.R.I.T. collaborative project Country Cousins.

HipHopDX: I remember the first time I saw you perform around 2011 or 2012 at Houston’s Fitzgerald’s where Rittz opened up for you. What’s touring like for you now as a veteran watching your fans grow with you?

Yelawolf: I mean in 2011, I was out to put my stake and really earn a lot of performance respect. I was trying to crack open something that was brand new. I can say with full confidence that in 2011, no one was performing in that style. No one was jumping on stage and starting mosh pits like that shit. That’s how we stormed SXSW and that’s how it started to cultivate my following was through my live stage performance.

It was all the band experience I had before Trunk Muzik that I had created this live performance style and I just transferred that over into the Hip Hop show with a DJ. Before Trunk Muzik, our little underground band was traveling around and it was still Hip Hop. We had people wearing helmets to shows and shit. It was rowdy, rowdy. We just transferred that over to the live performance and we were showing and proving. It’s always something to prove being from a small town in Alabama and being a white boy in Hip Hop. At least at that time it was actually a thing. 

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