While that 'Country Cousins' album with Big K.R.I.T. remains elusive, Yelawolf links up with another of his Southern brethren, Paul Wall, in the video to 'Hustle.'

Taken from his recent mixtape, 'Trunk Muzik Returns,' the track is a proudly Slumerican effort that hears the Caucasian pair wax poetic about the struggle of the grind, like when your major label debut flops. "It's hard as a motherf--ker 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," Yela raps, in reference to his displeasure with how Shady Records handled his 2011 album, 'Radioactive.'

Records like 'Hustle' are evidence that Billy Catfish is more concerned with regaining his underground credibility than scoring a chart hit these days.

[Via Complex]