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From the look of things Eminem’s protégé Yelawolf seems more intent on following the road more recently traveled by Kid Rock than that of the man whose label he’s signed to, Shady.

After vigorously defending the right for people to wave the Confederate Flag, the Alabama arteest puts down the mic to pick up a guitar and walk hard in his cowboy boots in his visuals to “Devil In My Veins” where the once intriguing Hip-Hop prospect takes a stab at some country crooning. You have to wonder what Eminem thinks about this.

Yo Gotti on the other hand is a country man who keeps it gully all day everyday. For the visuals to his DJ Drama Concealed mixtape cut “Fuck Em,” the man from Memphis takes it to the house and simply performs his lines from the comfort of an open porch. Simple yet effective.

Check out the rest of today’s releases which include work from BJ The Chicago Kid, Lil Durk, and more.

 

YELAWOLF – “DEVIL IN MY VEINS”

 

YO GOTTI – “F*CK EM”

 

BJ THE CHICAGO KID FT. CHANCE THE RAPPER & BUDDY – “CHURCH”

 

QUELLE CHRIS – “NOTHING MOVES”

 

RUNAWAY RICHY FT. BANDIT GANG MARCO – “THOUGHTS”

 

 

SY ARI DA KID FT. K CAMP, SNOOTIE WILD, DC YOUNG FLY, OG MACO, RICH THE KID & MORE – “SAY WORD”

 

LIL DURK – “500 HOMICIDES”

 

SHAMIR – “IN FOR THE KILL”

 

BRANDUN DESHAY – “YUNG N ON DA COMEUP”

 

JARED EVAN FT. MAX – “SADIE”

 

LOCKSMITH FT. JARELL PERRY – “THE LOVE”

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