If you need an image to sum up the current stage of Chevy Woods’ career, you can imagine the Pittsburgh spitter rocketing down the interstate at max Speed, kush smoke billowing out his windows. A standout off Woods’ latest street album, this cut finds the emcee acknowledging the struggles of the past while fixing his gaze squarely on the road ahead. Trakksounds provides a smooth and lively beat to back the artist’s determined bars. Like what you’re hearing? More awaits on Gang Land, released to the ‘net this past Wednesday. Additionally, fans can watch for this record’s newly-shot visuals to hit the ‘net in the near future.
Written by richard on 06/8/12
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