Yelawolf Drops ‘Voodoo Child’ Freestyle
It seems like Yelawolf has been listening to a lot of classic rock lately considering he used the Doors' album cover for his single 'Alabama 'just a few weeks ago. Now he's borrowing from another '60s legend by freestyling over a song by Jimi Hendrix.
On the rapper's newly released freestyle, 'Voodoo Chile' -- which uses the legendary rocker's 'Voodoo Child' instrumental -- he uses stunning wordplay, bending words back and forth forcing them to rhyme. It's all very reminiscent of Eminem.
But Billy Catfish just doesn't do the verbal gymnastics thing, he also throws out a few double entendres.
"I'm a superfreak, Rick James bitch who can do a beat / I take a nine, smoke your man and drop him off down on hookah street," he spits.
The Gadsden, Ala., native will be on tour from Oct. 22 until the close of the year. Earlier this month, he released 'Till It's Gone,' the first single from his forthcoming album, 'Love Story.'
Listen to Yelawolf's 'Voodoo Chile' Freestyle