|A behind-the-scenes mover-and-shaker who has developed into one of Atlanta’s most unique rappers, few emcees have the flow arsenal of Peewee Longway. Teaming up with ATL sound architect Spaghetti Jay, Longway prepares Spaghetti Factory, his next mixtape. Bringing his own signature blend of sauce to Spaghetti Jay’s whimsical and aqueous trap productions, Peewee shows off his skills on the new mixtape, displaying an acrobatic command of cadence and flow. The follow up to his 2017 mixtape The Blue M&M 3, which features the sleeper hit “Rerocc” (1.6 million streams on Spotify and over 8.5 million views on YouTube), Spaghetti Factory releases on April 13th.
An influential figure in the ATL trap scene, Peewee Longway is a longtime associate of Gucci Mane and Young Thug, and is responsible for connecting the two back in 2013. Praised by Stereogum, XXL, HotNewHipHop, and others for his distinctive style and songwriting ability, Peewee earned the attention of LL Cool J, who called Peewee his favorite new artist. Last year, the MPA BandCamp rapper released The Blue M&M 3, his 11th mixtape since 2014, which featured appearances from Quavo, Young Dolph, PARTYNEXTDOOR, and Offset, and earned over 1 million Spotify plays with the Cassius Jay-produced, Offset-featuring single “On The Gram.”
Today, Peewee shares “I Can’t Get Enough,” the first single from Spaghetti Factory. Showing off a clipped doubletime flow over Spaghetti Jay’s lurching and spritely production, Peewee reveals his boundless appetite for the good life on the track, revealing his strangest desires: “I want a giraffe.” Premiered by Complex, who said “Peewee exhibits his lyrical prowess, employing a number of tongue-twisting lyrics, almost as if the song is a practice in alliterations,” “I Can’t Get Enough” is a high-def, eccentric trap anthem that only Mr. Blue Benjamin could create.
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