An impromptu airboat ride deep into the New Orleans swamps delivers a chance meeting with a one-of-a-kind character; after some target practice, it's frog legs and beer for the crew; the next day, Yelawolf and the band meet with a voodoo priest.
After a legendary show at Preservation Hall, it's a late flight to Atlanta, the city where Yelawolf's rap roots took hold; Yelawolf and the gang meet with local icons like graffiti artist Dr. Dax, producer WLPWR and rapper Grip Plyaz.
Atlanta unearths a dark period in Yelawolf's life, when he struggled with drug use; nobody understands this period better than the one guy who became the closest thing to a real father for Yelawolf.
In Nashville, Tenn., Yelawolf and hit-maker Jim Jonsin hit the studio to explore the city's broad creativity; for the first time ever, Yelawolf allows cameras to capture all the passion he puts into making a record.
In Gadsden, Ala., the crew gets tattoos at Yelawolf's sister's shop, then heads to Momma Wolf's for a family lunch and to prepare for that night's show on the Coosa River.
In Gadsden, Ala., Yelawolf shares a slice of his childhood; later, the crew joins up for a tour through the Alabama marshes; feeling good about his trip home, Wolf heads to New York City for new adventures.
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