Yelawolf fans will have to wait a little longer. The Alabama rapper has decided to delay the release of his Shady Records debut until November.
Radioactive, the first full-length album from Yelawolf, has been pushed from October 24 to November 21 as he puts additional finishing touches on the project.
“I needed to add some important finishing touches to the album, which resulted in the new release date,” said Yelawolf, who unveiled the illustrated artwork. “I have some surprises in store for the fans that have to be seen before the album comes out. It’s definitely worth the wait.”
A video for the album’s first single, “Hard White (Up in the Club)” featuring Lil Jon, was released in September. Radioactive features production from Diplo, The Audibles, SupahotBeats, and J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, among others.
Yelawolf can currently be seen on the “Hard White” tour, which will stop in Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, and other major markets before winding down in Las Vegas on October 28.
[Artwork via RapRadar]