Chevy Woods dropped his latest single "Jeter," named after the very familiar future hall-of-famer shortstop.
Despite hailing from Pittsburgh, the Taylor Gang rapper decided to name his track after a NY sports hero, although we can definitely see why. The Bobby Johnson-produced track hits hard immediately, with rattling drums and ominous, arpeggiated synths followed by Wood's powerful delivery.
"Jeter" is a loose track that follows The 48 Hunnid Project, Chevy Woods' first commercial release after 12 years of dropping mixtapes. The Taylor Gang Ent. emcee has been honing his skills and growing his fanbase steadily over the years, and now he's finding great success with The 48 Hunnid Project. Chevy got people hyped for the EP with visuals for tracks like "All Said and Done" featuring Dej Loaf, which premiered viai-D. Throughout the EP, Woods is joined by a talent-packed cast such as Wiz Khalifa, OG Maco, Rico Love, and Post Malone.