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The rapper originally left Alabama for Berkeley, Calif. 'The 'Bama Who Cried Wolf' centers around a filmed visit to Yelawolf's old stomping grounds there, at Peoples Park. This was his home as he tried to grind his way into the professional skateboard ranks. Throughout the tour, Yela recaps his struggles over the years and eventually ends up at Different Fur Studios to track a sparse version of fan-favorite 'Pop the Trunk.'
Yelawolf recently released 'Trunk Muzik 0-60' via Interscope and is hard at work on a mixtape with fellow mixtape-of-the-year candidate Big K.R.I.T. in addition to 'Radioactive' -- his legitimate major label debut with all original material. Check out 'The 'Bama Who Cried Wolf' in full below.