Eminem's Slaugtherhouse emcee Kxng Crooked (fka Crooked I) joins rising producer Jonathan Hay on the controversial new single "Axl Rose" borrowing some of its racially-charged lyrics from an old Guns N' Roses song called "One In A Million" sang by Axl Rose. The song features the explosive Southern newcomer Erik Tandy along with Truth Ali & The Reasn, who join Crooked in flipping the subject matter into a hard-hitting political anthem.
Urban Hitchcock has released a short trailer to accompany the controversial audio. This visual is Chapter Three of the ongoing Urban Hitchcock visual series that has featured Kxng Crooked & Cyhi The Prynce in previous episodes.
Professor Griff (of Public Enemy) can be heard on the intro to "Chapter Three: The Axl Rose Introduction" in which producer Jonathan Hay questions why a song filled with hatred towards African Americans, homosexuals, & immigrants is still being sold in major retail chains across the world. As Hay explains in the video, "It's relevant because it still exists."