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Trunk Muzik 0 to 60 Explicit Lyrics

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  • Audio CD (November 22, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Interscope
  • ASIN: B003N5VOW2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (78 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,853 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Yelawolf has had lots of hype since his verses on Big Boi's "You Ain't No DJ" (which Yelawolf performed live at the 2010 BET Hip-Hop Awards with Big Boi) as well as appearing on the Rock the Bells tour in 2010. His debut effort, which is really more like an EP than an LP (with 6 new songs and 6 remastered songs from his underground mixtape, "Trunk Muzik") is a great intro to Yelawolf. However, this record could've been a little bit better considering how talented a rapper Yelawolf is. I don't find the music and beats to be that great, but Yelawolf elevates these tracks with his incredible flow. One of this release's weak points lies in the rock-based tracks. There are only 2 songs on this album that are rock-based tracks, but they are clearly tracks that I usually skip. Like the opening track, "Get the **** Up", which has Yelawolf screaming the chorus, almost sounding like an old-school Kid Rock song. Once he starts rhyming though, Yelawolf is undeniable. His skill elevates this album, which I think he deserves a lot of credit for. He has a specific southern flow and an instantly recognizable voice. He never slips when it comes to rhyming. Some of these new tracks are pretty good, like "Daddy's Lambo" and "That's What We On Now". The best tracks on the release however are the remastered cuts from the original bootleg mixtape. The strongest song on the album, in my opinion, is the closing track "Trunk Muzik". Yelawolf completely tears this song apart and reveals his awesome lyrical prowess. Other choice nuggs include, "Pop the Trunk", a hardcore shotgun-toting anthem, "I Wish" featuring Raekwon, and "Box Chevy" featuring Ritz the Rapper. You really have to listen to his rhyming to appreciate his skill.Read more ›
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I'm going to keep this short. Absolutely sick album. Billy Crystal, I Just Wanna Party, and Daddy's Lambo are great songs.

My speakers hate me for playing these tracks so much in fact. I love Yela's accent and his eccentric rapping. The beats he raps over are tighter than Alabama parking lot hoe.

Be warned, if you hate PBR and pickup trucks, this album is not for you. For the rest of us, here is a great rapper who is provocative while simultaneously keeping the mentions of Peruvian marching powder to a minimum.
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Maybe I've been out the loop. I don't know but I'm wondering why I didn't hear about this album. Like seriously WTF? I'm happy I found out about it though. I expected great things from Yelawolf ever since I heard that "Trunk Muzik" mixtape. I originally never heard this guy before and listened to a song because I saw Bun B was on the track. I figured if Bun B was on the track this dude must have some kind of skills. I was completely blown away like whoa! And to top it all off he just happens to be white. Which really doesn't matter to me because if you got lyrical skills you got lyrical skills period end of story. I saw a video not too long ago with him performing pop the trunk in a acappella type form with the piano. Hearing his backstory and how he used to be homeless makes me understand his intensity when he raps. I'm just kinda ticked I didn't see advertisements for his album like all these other artists. He has that southern sound, but he blends it well across genre's. To me its really hard to put Yelawolf in a box and say he's just hip-hop only. His music has alot of elements which some artists try to pull off but can't do. I can't really say I have a favorite because this album truly rolls from front to back. Like seriously I previewed this album on MySpace before I bought it and didn't skip a single track. That's a rarity for me. Maybe I just love that southern tick he has in his music or the drums I dunno what it is but this dude is good in my book. Plus he rides the hell out the beat. I haven't heard a artist ride the beat like that since Outkast. If you into southern style music give this dude a listen. I do not think you'll be disappointed but I know as YelaWolf says you'll be "Good to Go"
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During a stop on the Vans Warped Tour in 2007, a wiry guy with long hair walked up to me and handed me a jewel case with a cover that was a variation off of the Talladaga Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby DVD case. I still have it and listen to it regularly and every time I listened to it I wondered what was going on with the guy who gave it to me. Then one day a year or so ago, I was riding around with a friend who was playing this in his truck. As it turns out, it was Yelawolf, the same man who had given me a copy of Ball of Flames: The Ballad of Slick Rick E. Bobby. I quickly acquired of this EP as well as the Trunk Muzik mixtape that preceded it. Lyrically, Yelawolf is one of the best rappers out right now. His verses come from real life experiences and the culture he lives in. From tales of street justice on "Pop the Trunk" to his ode to old school Chevy cars on "Box Chevy pt. 3" which also features a solid verse from lightning fast rhyming up-and-comer Rittz. This EP also features verses from hip-hop legends Raekown (of the Wu-Tang Clan) and Bun B (of UGK). Another highlight of the tape is "I Just Wanna Party" which boasts a verse from fellow Alabama-born rapper Gucci Mane. All twelve tracks are grade A, with one of the best being "Love Is Not Enough" which it the closest thing you'll find to a heart-broken Country ballad in the world of hip-hop.
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