Yelawolf is back on the grind in his new music video "Hustle."

He's joined by his Southern brethen Paul Wall in Nashville, Tennessee where the two rappers describe the struggles of surviving in a growing climate of despair. "It's hard as a motherfucker to say no/When you're a rookie talking to a veteran playing pro/And everything that he's saying/He's saying to pay him close attention," Yelawolf raps while sitting in a drop top Chevy. It's clear through "Hustle" and his latest mixtape Trunk Muzik Returns that Yelawolf is focused on hitting listeners with impressive content to hold them over until his sophomore album Love Story. The video is directed by Potsy Ponciroli who was also behind the lens for Yelawolf's "Way Out."

Check out our behind the scenes footage of "Hustle" below where Yelawolf talks about how the record came together.




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