Chevy Woods and DeJ Loaf Evade the Feds in ‘All Said and Done’ Video
Rapper Chevy Woods is preparing to drop his 48 Hunnid Project next month and for the lead single, he teams up with Dej Loaf on all “All Said and Done.” The song already has a visual, which features the Detroit rhymer and the Taylor Gang affiliate illustrating the problematic side of street life.
In the Wiley-directed clip, Dej provides the melodic hook while Chevy raps in a cemetery and from behind prison walls about how he's avoided death and being incarcerated, as some of his friends did not.
“I got a call from my dog doing fed time / Said he would have did it different from his past time,” he rhymes in the opening verse.
The Pittsburgh, Pa. native allows Dej to further drive home his message on the hook. “These are the n----s that I die for / Something go down I know they gon' roll / I got new money and new bitches too / But no room for new n----s, I don't know," she sings.
The 2015 XXL Freshman Class member brings her feminine touch to the video, abandoning her tomboy look for a sexier side in ripped jeans, a vest and bra with gold body chains. Her short hair styled in a pompadour completes her look.
In the scenes where DeJjmakes a visit to the trap house, which is under federal surveillance, she also plays on the accessories with a chunky neck-hugging chain and embroidered blazer.
Chevy’s the 48 Hunnid Project arrives on Aug. 7 and features appearances from Wiz Khalifa, Post Malone, Rico Love and OG Maco.
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