Wiz Khalifa & Chevy Woods Feat. Casey Veggies "Gang Gang" Video
Wiz Khalifa, Chevy Woods & Casey Veggies
Earlier this summer, Wiz Khalifa and Chevy Woods teamed up for "Gang Gang," a track billed simply as a Taylor Gang single. Non-Taylor Casey Veggies also joins the two on the record, which gets the video treatment today, and is scheduled to appear on an upcoming Taylor Gang crew tape. Wiz handles the ethereal hook, but doesn't drop his 16 until the closing third of the record, giving the track its strongest components.
Chevy Woods Feat. Devin Cruise "History" Video
Chevy Woods Feat. Devin Cruise
For the third time in as many weeks, Chevy Woods is back with some more new content for us.
Chevy Woods "Don't (Freestyle)" Video
Last month, Chevy Woods dropped off a freestyle over Bryson Tiller’s hit single “Don’t,” and now today he’s back with its official music video.
Wiz Khalifa "King Of Everything" Video
"King of Everything" has to be one of Wiz' biggest tracks of the 2015, dropping at a time when his year had been defined by his Paul Walker-dedicated pop sensation.
Chevy Woods Feat. Rico Love "Wit Me" Video
Chevy Woods Feat. Rico Love
Revisiting this summer’s The 48 Hunnid Project, Taylor Gang rapper Chevy Woods decides to come through today and share the official video for his Rico Love-assisted cut “Wit Me.”
Chevy Woods Feat. Post Malone & PJ "Getcha Some" Video
Chevy Woods Feat. Post Malone & PJ
"Getcha Some" was one of the strongest tracks on Chevy Woods' 48 Hunnid Project, and found him expanding his range by working with Post Malone and PJ -- two artists who hover around the fringes of rap rather than at its centre. The production is also suitably experimental, leaning toward electronic sounds with a sample from Glasgow's Hudson Mohawke.
Chevy Woods "4800" Video
Last month, Taylor Gang's Chevy Woods put out one of his strongest releases to date, The 48 Hunnid Project, a 7-track EP that featured Dej Loaf, OG Maco, Post Malone, and his boss Wiz Khalifa. After dropping the visual to the Dej Loaf collab, "All Said and Done," Chevy is back with the video for the title track, "4800."
Chevy Woods "5AM" Video
Linking up with DJ Skee for his “Off The Top” series, Chevy Woods decides to revisit his Gangland 3 mixtape today and shoot a new video for the track “5 A.M.”
Chevy Woods Feat. DeJ Loaf "All Said And Done" Video
Chevy Woods Feat. DeJ Loaf
Chevy Woods' lead single off his upcoming EP, The 48 Hunnid Project, is a strong collaboration with DeJ Loaf. DeJ provides a melodic hook while Chevy provides the stories of street life. After giving us the audio the other week, the two have quickly followed up with the official music video. The visual is shot in black and white, and finds Chevy rapping in a cemetery and in a prison cell. This is complimented by scenes of police raiding a home, adding to the grimness off the record.
Boaz Feat. Chevy Woods, Cook Tha Monster "100" Video
Boaz Feat. Chevy Woods & Cook Tha Monster
In June we premiered Pittsburgh native Boaz's new collaboration, "100," featuring Taylor Gang's Chevy Woods and Cook Tha Monster. Today he returns with an official music video for the big record.
Chevy Woods "Now That I'm Up" Video
"Now That I'm Up" kind of sounds like Chevy Woods' answer to Wiz Khalifa's "We Dem Boyz". The staccato auto-tuned delivery is quite similar, but Khalifa's single was built off of euphoric crew love, where "I'm Up" sounds paranoid and alone, much more menacing than something Wiz could pull off. We're not sure whether we'll be hearing another project from Chevy anytime soon, but this seems like a good contender for a lead single, if it were to take off. Hopefully this video will give it a much-needed push. We know "We Dem Boyz" took a minute to catch on.
Chevy Woods "Sticc To the Plan" Video
Back in January, Taylor Gang's Chevy Woods put out the third installment of his Gangland series, featuring production from Ricky P, Zaytoven, Sonny Digital, Ty Dolla $ign and more, but no features. Today, we get a video for "Sticc To the Plan."
Chevy Woods "Gold Chainz Gold Daytons" Video
Chevy Woods dropped off a new mixtape at the end of January, Gangland 3, and after giving us a few music videos prior to the project's release he's back at it today. The next visual to come off Gangland 3 is for the Arthur McArthur and Rich Kidd-produced "Gold Chainz Gold Daytons."
Wiz Khalifa Feat. Ty Dolla $ign & Chevy Woods "Still Down" Video
Wiz Khalifa Feat. Ty Dolla $ign & Chevy Woods
Wiz Khalifa's Blacc Hollywood was a pretty varied project, with the street anthem of "We Dem Boyz", to moments that were more informed by pop and R&B. "Still Down" is a classic crew track, and it pays tribute to the friends and family that Wiz and his crew have lost over the years. The Taylor Gang members revisit old neighbors, remembering those have senselessly lost their lives in interludes throughout, and later having locals speaking on the inspiration that Wiz brings the city.
Chevy Woods "Shooters" Video
To coincide with the release of his Gangland 3 mixtape, Chevy Woods decides to drop off the official video for track #6 “Shooters”. Taking a page out of the film “The Purge: Anarchy”, some masked TGOD affiliates cause havoc in the streets, chasing down a couple who got stranded on the wrong side of town. Coming to the rescue, Chevy saves the day by heading out for the night and getting some shooting practice in with those masked men.
Chevy Woods Feat. T. Mills "For The Money " Video
Chevy Woods Feat. T. Mills
Chevy Woods is prepared to drop the third instalment in his Gangland series on January 27th. As we near the release date, Chevy Woods has decided to leak a new music video for a record off the mixtape, "For The Money" featuring Canadian rapper T. Mills. And what would a rapper music video be without a beautiful lady? We follow around one such lady in "For The Money" while Chevy and T. Mills are rapping in the hallway.
Asher Roth Feat. King Chip, $kinny & Chevy Woods "RAW Cypher" Video
Asher Roth Feat. King Chip, $kinny & Chevy Woods
The past two RAW cyphers, presented by the j papes mainstay, have featured marijuana-friendly rappers CJ Fly, Nitty Scott MC, Chris Webby, Smoke DZA, Dizzy Wright, Sir Michael Rocks, Like (Of Pac Div) and Mod Sun. Today, Asher Roth, King Chip, $kinny and Chevy Woods step up for one of their own.' With Carisma spinning, Asher Roth calls himself the "dad" of most white rappers and says that in ten years, he'll still love college. Chip goes next, puffing on a blunt the whole time (does RAW make dutches as well?) and $kinny and Chevy bring up the rear with a pair of dope verses.
Chevy Woods "In The Kitchen" Video
Chevy Woods first presented his street anthem, "In The Kitchen" in September, which got a good reaction from fans, and now should be getting an extra push with the release of the official video. Chevy spits his Drake-like flow as he walks through an abandoned building, and inevitably making his way to -- you guessed it -- a kitchen. No word on whether this will land on any particular project, but it certainly looks like it could be leading to something new for Chevy. Keep an eye out for new material from the Taylor Gang rapper.
Bebe O'Hare Feat. Chevy Woods "Money Ain't A Thang" Video
Bebe O'Hare Feat. Chevy Woods
Chicago's Bebe O'Hare is a promising young rapper who released her debut tape, Fashionably Late, last Fall. The tape features contributions from Wiz Khalifa, Bj The Chicago Kid, JAZMIN Sisters and Chevy Woods, the last of whom guests on "Money Ain't A Thang," which just got video treatment.
Chevy Woods Feat. Young Scooter "Pick Ups & Drop Offs" Video
Chevy Woods Feat. Young Scooter
Chevy Woods hit us with a new record, "Yo Type", at the beginning of March, and today he returns to an older project, Gangland 2, for a music video for "Pick Ups & Drop Offs" featuring Young Scooter. Watch as Chevy is taken for a drive around the city with a lady in the driver's seat, while Scooter spits in his usual location, a kitchen. Both rappers count their stacks.