Premiered by Yahoo!, Chevy Woods hits the Vegas Strip in a clean white Lambo while reminding us that money hasn't changed him as he rides to the city’s outskirts. "I might have access to nice things nowadays but it wasn't always like that and I'm still the same person I've always been and I'm still hanging out with the same guys since day one.” The Pittsburgh emcee has taken a huge step from being a mixtape king into a breakout, world-touring artist. 12 years of releasing material for the streets gave him the experience to be able to hone his craft and develop a strong fanbase that knows him and his skills on a personal level for his first commerical release. "As artists, we can spread messages for those who don't have a voice,” Chevy Woods explains. There's a lot going on in the world and I want to help get that point across.
On The 48 Hunnid Project, Woods is joined by an all-star cast with Taylor Gang founder Wiz Khalifa on "Lookin Back," Post Malone on "Getcha Some," OG Maco on the Arthur McArthur-produced "Whole Lot," and DeJ Loaf joining him on the lead single, "All Said And Done." The project takes advantage of the talent that spreads through Chevy's vast network of singers, rappers and producers. Woods just finished a national run as a special guest on the Boys of Zummer Tour with Wiz Khalifa, Hoodie Allen, and Fall Out Boy. He documented intimate moments of the tour using a disposable camera for LiveNationTV.