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Yelawolf, Heart of Dixie

Yelawolf is frustrated. He recently voiced disappointment with his label, Interscope, for promoting "one single in 11 months" from his debut album, November's Radioactive (he was sure to clarify his frustration was not aimed at Shady Records). Surely, the album saw neither the commercial nor critical success that seemed possible for the Alabama-bred firespitter. Though many thought it was still a strong project—as Yela's fury on the mic was not toned down—Radioactive had a different overall feel than much of his previous work. With Heart of Dixie, not only does he recapture much of his Trunk Muzik energy, but also ...

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