Arena Rap

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Arena Rap
EP by Yelawolf
Released December 28, 2008[1]
Recorded 2008–09
PatchWerk Recording Studios
(Atlanta, Georgia)
Sixteen Feet Studio
(College Park, Georgia)
Genre Rap rock, hip hop
Label Ghet-O-Vision Entertainment, Redd Klay Entertainment
Producer KP, Malay, Jeremy "J Dot" Jones, Courtney Sills
Yelawolf chronology
Stereo
(2008)
Arena Rap
(2008)
Trunk Muzik
(2010)

Arena Rap is the first extended play by American rapper Yelawolf. It was released on December 28, 2008 under Ghet-O-Vision Entertainment and management group Redd Klay Entertainment.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "Back to Bama" M. Atha, K. Prather, J. Ho KP, Malay 4:19
2. "Candy & Dreams" Atha, Prather, Ho KP, Malay 4:14
3. "Enjoy the View" Atha, Prather, Ho KP, Malay 4:11
4. "All Aboard" Atha, Prather, Ho KP, Malay 4:24
5. "Come on Over" Atha, E. Bodin, J. González José González 3:22
6. "Stage Lights" Atha, Prather, Ho KP, Malay 3:32
7. "Gone" Atha, B. Simmons, Greg Kihn Jim Jonsin, DJ Ideal 4:10
Sample credits

Personnel[edit]

  • Yelawolf – vocals
  • Ashanti Floyd – fiddle, violin
  • Gabriel Artime – turntables, drums
  • Malay – guitars, keyboards, programming, executive producer
  • Kawan Prather - executive producer
  • Jeremy Jones - associate producer
  • Courtney Sills - associate producer
  • José González - producer, vocals, composer
  • Jim Jonsin - producer
  • DJ Ideal - producer
  • Greg Kihn - composer
  • The Hydrilla - designer, artwork

References[edit]

  1. ^ "iTunes - Music - Arena Rap by Yelawolf". Itunes.apple.com. 2008-12-28. Retrieved 2012-01-14.