It's hip-hop time in Framed once again, and this week's video, "Let's Roll," is the real deal! It features Yelawolf, the skateboarder/rapper from Alabama, and Kid Rock, the musical icon from Detroit, performing a paean to the overall goodness of the values of the Deep South.
We all know about Kid Rock -- he's the McDonald's Dollar Menu of pop music -- but who's this Yelawolf? Well, his real name is Michael Wayne Atha, and he made his initial splash on a UPN reality series. His biggest hit to date was his LP, Radioactive, the 2011 disc that featured this week's video.
The Yelawolf/Kid Rock match is one made in heaven, though. Projecting American greatness, the two sing of big trucks, big bucks, peeing in a lake, and, of course, 30 packs. Pretty much everything that makes us #1.
So sit back and enjoy the show, and promise to get back here next week for an absolutely astonishing, never-before-seen blog!
1 -- Please stop us before we write another caption! Tree's a crowd!
2 -- In Alabama, this is actually a doctoral thesis!
3 -- You wouldn't believe how many animals were harmed in the making of this video.
4 -- Search as they may, the left side of the infield couldn't be found!
5 -- Sure. Just take a left at Never Never Land.
6 -- "I was only this tall, back when I was Kid Kid Rock!"
7 -- "It's all good, Roy. Shootin' at Air Force One is protected by the Second Amendment."
8 -- "Back off! Lots of people pick their nose."
9 -- We never really forget about The League of the Preposterously Dressed!