Yelawolf was originally slated to face off with J.Cole and Big K.R.I.T on September 27th, as they all planned to drop their major label debuts on that day, but now that will not be the case as the Shady Records artists’ album Radioactive has been pushed back.
Today, the Alabama rapper announced that his Shady Records’ debut Radioactive has been pushed back, and will see the light just about a month later than previously expected.
There was no reason was given for the delay, but Yela’s Radioactive originally slated for September 27th will now hit stores on October 25th.
As Yelawolf spoke to XXL about Radioactive, he said:
“Radioactive is the fall out of my life’s inspirations, a testament to my ability to survive it all and to tell the story. Sometimes I want to party, sometimes I want to fight and sometimes I want to cry. I’m human and this album is as honest as it gets.”
Eminem also spoke on Yelawolf and Radioactive, as he stated:
“We are very eager for the world to hear Radioactive and proud to be presenting the album on Shady Records. Yelawolf is a true original and he has crafted an incredible record.”
Yelawolf’s Shady Records debut Radioactive will be released on October 25th.