|"Hard White (Up In the Club)"
|Single by Yelawolf featuring Lil Jon
|from the album Radioactive
||August 8, 2011
||PatchWerk Recording Studios
||Hip hop, crunk, southern hip hop, hardcore hip hop
||Shady, Ghet-O-Vision, DGC, Interscope
||Michael Wayne Atha, Alex Cartagena, Jonathan Smith, Lowell Grant, Michael Jackson
|Yelawolf singles chronology
"Hard White (Up In the Club)" is the lead single from Yelawolf's debut studio album Radioactive. The song features a chorus by fellow rapper Lil Jon. The song was leaked just days before the official release. Though it was released officially on August 8, 2011 the song was available on Yelawolf's official website.
The first single of Radioactive was supposed to be "Gangsta of Love" which featured outro vocals by Cyhi Da Prynce and production from Jim Jonsin, but was not officially released by Yelawolf because it was leaked. On July 7, Yelawolf announced that the song would not make the final cut on the album.
The song was recorded at PatchWerk Recording Studios in Atlanta, Georgia, with Kawan "KP" Prather and Yelawolf's manager Jeremy "J Dot" Jones, while production was handled by Orlando, Florida based production team Tha Hydrox, while the chorus features vocals by rapper Lil Jon.
The music video for the song was directed by Motion Family, and filmed in Atlanta, Georgia at 1260 Custer Avenue during August 26. On September 20 it was released through VEVO. Fellow rappers Rittz and Shawty Fatt make cameo appearances in the music video.
The official remix features T.I. and fellow Shady Records label mates Slaughterhouse.
Track listing 
- "Hard White (Up In the Club)" (featuring Lil Jon) – 3:24
- "Hard White (Remix)" (featuring T.I. and Slaughterhouse) – 4:51
Credits and personnel 
Songwriting credits and producers per Allmusic.
- Songwriter – Michael Wayne Atha, Alex Cartagena, Jonathan Smith, Lowell Grant, Michael Jackson
- Production – Tha Hydrox