Trap enthusiasts rejoice. Peewee Longway and Cassius Jay release "Longway Sinatra."
Though he may not be getting his deserved exposure outside of the trap world, one can feel that big things await Peewee Longway. He's had a prolific year, dropping his album, Mr. Blue Benjamin, in January, and then his MPA 3 mixtape, which brought shine upon his MPA clique, in June. Peewee has a close partnership with ATL's best producers, including Cassius Jay, who released his own tape, Trap Sinatra, in August. Trap enthusiasts rejoice: Peewee and Cassius ("that boy Cash!") have now combined for an 11-track joint project, entitled Longway Sinatra.
Peewee keeps the features to a minimum on Longway Sinatra, with the few guest spots going to Offset (hopefully a sign there are no more dab-related tensions with the Migos), TK Kravitz, and E-40. Two rotund trappers -- one a young trendsetter and the other a certified OG? Yeah, "Back to Cali" should be a good one.
Stream Longway Sinatra below, and check out our Behind The Beat profile of Cassius Jay here.