Chevy Woods ft. Post Malone & PJ “Getcha Some” – The Signal [Video]

By Jack Barnes

Taylor Gang rapper Chevy Woods employs his henchwomen to collect debts in a dystopian Los Angeles scene in the All Def Digital-debuted video for “Getcha Some.” The song, which features Post Malone and rising singer/songwriter PJ, is from Chevy Woods’ recently released The 48 Hunnid Projectand was produced by Ricky P, who samples Hudson Mohawke’s “Fuse.”

“It tells the story of wanting to get some money in any possible way,” Woods told Complex in their premiere of the audio. “Like, fuck what people think or say, your job is your job and if you want some cash you gotta go getcha some by any means. I met Post through a mutual friend from Dallas and he happened to be in L.A. at the same time as I was in the studio working with PJ on the record. He came to the studio, we met, we talked. I was already familiar with a few of his records. The song ‘Getcha Some’ just made sense. He laid a dope verse and here we are today with a cool record.” Enjoy this video stream below after the jump.
Chevy Woods made waves earlier this year leading up to The 48 Hunnid Project with visuals for tracks like “All Said and Done” featuring Dej Loaf, which premiered via i-D. Throughout the EP, Woods is joined by a talent-packed cast that includes Wiz Khalifa, OG Maco, Rico Love, and Post Malone. The “Getcha Some” video releases as Woods returns from a 16-date Europe tour alongside Wiz Khalifa andA$AP Rocky. Woods will be performing in his hometown Pittsburgh on November 27th.

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