The Re-Emergence Of Catfish Billy T. Piper September 28, 2012 On The Road To his core, Yelawolf is still Slumamerican. He still packs the sort of rapid fire energy and appeal that can carry him over to crowds ranging from diverse to singular and his country drawl invokes the best memories of Hank Williams mixed with the slickness of Busta Rhymes and to an extent, Slick Rick. He’s still going to make your father scream “Lamborghini Mercy” when he rides around in Daddy’s Lambo and he’s going to brush off whatever pitfalls that befell his Shady debut Radioactive commercially and continue pushing on. Yela, his protege Rittz along with Trouble Andrew & Houston’s own Luke Duke return to Fitzgerald’s tonight via Scoremore – another stop where the Alabama bred emcee can set a stage and a venue with a rabid Houston fan base completely on fire. Slowly by surely he’s rebuilt himself back into the machine that gave us “Pop The Trunk” and Trunk Muzik. His bite and demeanor may still tell you he’s going to turn the energy of a crowd into a tornado of emotion and energy but all in all – he’s still Catfish Billy to most of his adoring faithful. Catch Yelawolf along with Rittz, Trouble Andrew, Luke Duke and more at Fitzgerald’s. To purchase tickets, click here. Share this:TweetShare on Tumblr Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.