MP3: Chevy Woods – “6 Months Later” (prod. by Devin Cruise)

The TGOD Lieutenant Shares a Hypnotic New Track via Soundcloud


Critical Praise for Chevy Woods:

“Chevy flies high and gives the world an in depth look into his life as a Taylor Gang aviator.”XXL Mag

“The TGOD rapper hasn’t stopped grinding…” – HotNewHipHop

“He’s proven that you can make money without selling out to a label, gaining more than 300,000 followers on Twitter and 67,000 downloads of his mixtape, Gangland 3.”Pittsburgh City Paper

The Song:

Taylor Gang emcee Chevy Woods details the end of a crumbling relationship on shimmering loose single 6 Months Later. Chevy effortlessly rides the Devin Cruise-produced beats, perfectly complementing the airy synths and ethereal vocal samples with sweet crooning and bursts of hard-hitting rhymes. “6 Months Later” is the Pittsburgh rapper’s latest loose single since the release of And the Story Goes…, a 4-part video EP that begins with the Pittsburgh rapper reflecting on his adolescence and contemplating career paths. Featuring Styles P and Dave East, the project’s final track found Woods embracing successes from I.D. Labs recording studio where he and Wiz Khalifa met and began harnessing their talent as independent artists in the mid 2000’s while tying in clips from a vibrant hometown performance. Directed by Wiley Films, the video EP released as a free download via Taylor Gang Ent.

An experienced rapper with a tireless work ethic, Chevy Woods has had a prolific 2016. Prior to “6 Months Later,” Chevy celebrated success on his “All the Way Up” Freestyle, in which he co-opts the New York anthem to lay down bars about jetsetting and living the life, and Forever,” released on his birthday. With an album slated for release later this year, he’s been consistently releasing treats for his fans. In addition to “Forever,” And the Story Goes…, and his collection of freestyles titled The Freemix, he recently teamed up with buzzing Atlanta rapper Rich the Kid for “Wit My Dogs,” a Nard & B.-produced anthem for celebrating with the homies. As Wiz Khalifa’s OG, Woods delivers a relatable scenario atop poignant production that hustlers and aspiring anythings can grasp – keep your eyes on the prize, stay focused, and never consider losing an option. The aforementioned And the Story Goes… EP was a follow-up to last year’s The 48 Hunnid Project, where Woods teamed up with DeJ LoafPost MaloneOG Maco, and Rico Love. Beyond music, Woods has recently been in the spotlight for his culinary skills, which have been featured by Edible Ink and First We Feast.

Listen to “6 Months Later”:

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Chevy Woods Background:

Chevy Woods has been building up momentum with his mixtapes Red Cup Music, The Cook Out, and the Gangland series, progressing his sound with each release. After years of writing and recording in his home studio, Chevy traded in his keyboard for cash to pay for studio time. In 2004, while recording at Pittsburgh’s I.D. Labs Studios, Chevy encountered Wiz Khalifa and the two instantly formed a bond. “Me and Wiz, we always had each other’s backs. Since we were both recording at I.D. Labs at the same time, we would hold each other down,” Chevy has explained. “Even if it was just picking up Wendy’s for the other one on our way to the studio.”

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“6 Months Later”:

“All the Way Up” Freestyle:


“Wit My Dogs” ft Rich the Kid:

“I Made This Drunk”:

And The Story Goes…: //

“Don’t” (Freestyle):

“Lil Bitch”:

“Seen It All Freestyle”:

“56 Grams Freestyle”:

“Fucc Up The Face”:

“Wit Me”:

“Getcha Some”: //



The 48 Hunnid Project

“All Said And Done”: //

“Now That I’m Up”:

SXSW I Love Texas

“Gold Chainz Gold Daytons”:


“In the Kitchen”:

“30 Deep”:

Gangland 3: