Yelawolf called into All Out Show on Shade 45 and chopped it up with Rude Jude & Lord Sear to do some promo for his upcoming, The Heart Of Dixie, project with Alabama producer M16, which drops on Wednesday.
During the interview, he did speak on his upcoming project… but what really stood out the most was that he revealed that he is having problems with his label home, Shady Records/Interscope:
Yelawolf opens on the issues he’s having with his label, as he says:
“Radioactive was given to Interscope on a silver platter, radio records, after radio records, purposely was my attempt, and these motherf*ckers have given me one single in eleven months, I dont understand where the importance is lying. So I’m putting out music the way the f*ck I want to put it out now, and making music the way I want to.”
“I fully comprised on my first album, but prior to Radioactive I let people know what I was doing, I was honest with my fans that I was letting people in.”
The Alabama emcee continues:
“I don’t know what the f*ck they’re doing up there.. Shady’s great, I love Shady Records man, I just think there’s some shit going on upstairs, but I don’t know what the f*cks going on, back to Trunk Muzik”
On top of the label problems, Yelawolf also revealed that his sophomore album has been pushed back to 2013, due to time constraints, as he really wants to go in and put some months in on it.
Listen to Yelawolf’s interview with the All Out Show, below:
(head to the (-11:20) mark in the audio to hear Yelawolf speak on his label issues)