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Friday, September 2, 2011

Yelawolf's 'No Hands' Video Drives the Streets of San Francisco

Posted By on Fri, Sep 2, 2011 at 2:07 PM

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Calling Karl Malden: the streets of San Francisco have been taken over by a rapper! Yelawolf, the Alabama-bred emcee signed to Eminem's Shady label, has released a video in support of Driver San Francisco, a new game from Ubisoft that's set to be released on Sept. 6. The video for "No Hands," a song based on his experiences driving aggressively, has been matched with action images from the new game as well as scenes of Yela rapping in Chinatown, in front of the Bay Bridge, and other local spots. Watch Yelawolf's real and virtual takes on your town (as well as some behind the scenes footage) after the jump.

Yelawolf's debut album, Radioactive, drops on October 25.

[via MissInfo.TV]

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