Yelawolf’s 5 guest features you might missed or never heard

If you could not understand the Theory of Relativity in school, let me explain now: Time moved faster when we didn’t know the release date of Yelawolf’s Trunk Muzik 3 but now, that we know the dates, we are counting each minutes, waiting March 29 to come quicker but now the time really moves slowly. Before we wait Yela’s forth Shady Records release to hit the stores, we decided to take a look at Yelawolf’s past featured appearances and found some tracks that you might missed, forgot or never heard before. Check the list below and tell us some of your guest features that deserved to be on the list. 

Ludacris (2010)

“How Low” remix is the official remix of Ludacris’ song from his 2009 album Battle of theSexes. The remix was released in 2010 and also features Yelawolf and Roc City. In the song Yela shouts out 50 Cent with the following lines: “I wouldn’t give a b**ch 50 cent, but I’ll give a b**ch 50’s art.”

The Game (2011)

“Rough,” by The Game, featuring Yelawolf, is from The Game’s 2011 mixtape titled Hoodmorning (No Typo): Candy Coronas. In the song, Yelawolf tells how his popularity changed after signing to Eminem’s Shady Records. He raps: “Yela, can I get an autograph? Alabama so proud that we just can’t wait, Congrats on the Shady deal, any news on the release date? I told them what I can, shake another hand sign another autograph…”

Bizarre (2010)

Back in 2010, Bizarre teamed up with Yelawolf for a song “Down This Road” off his third solo studio album Friday Night at St. Andrews. The song is produced by WLPWR. In the song, Bizarre raps about Detroit and shouts out Eminem: “Abandoned homes, drug dealers, crack addicts, lots of white boys, but ain’t no B-Rabbit.”

Gucci Mane (2011)

After collaborating on “I Just Wanna Party” from Trunk Muzik, Yelawolf and Gucci Mane jumped on song “Too Turnt Up” for Gucci’s 2011 mixtape, titled Writings On The Wall 2.

Bone Thugs-n-Harmony (2017)

Personally for me, this was one of the most unexpected collaborations but when I saw the song “Gravity” on Bone Thugs-n-Harmony’s 2017 album New Wave, I was pleasantly surprised.