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Bizarre Says Yelawolf Represents Rednecks

Posted By on April 27, 2010

      Bizarre of D12 recently talked about new Interscope Records artist Yelawolf saying how he symbolizes Alabama. Talking about their "To The Left" collaboration from Bizarres upcoming "Friday Night At St Andrews" (In stores on May 18th), Bizarre says. "Yelawolf, I had heard the song with him and Raekwon, and I heard the song with him and Juelz [Santana], so I liked his vibe," Bizarre explained in an interview. "One day he came by the studio in Atlanta and we ended up just hookin' up, and just doin' a song. What I love about Yelawolf is that no matter who he gets on a song with, he represents the redneck, country, backwoods of Alabama. [Laughs] He's just giving his point-of-view, on a lot of stuff that I didn't really know about the country lifestyle that he informed me on – and I kinda put him up on Detroit. That's what the song is all about, it's called 'To The Left.'"

     Remember, Bizarre's album "Friday Night At St Andrews"
will be out on May 18th, less than 3 weeks away, for more information
visit www.bizarresworld.com


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