Peewee Longway talks his definitive album, working with Gucci Mane & Young Thug and more.
"When it come down to business and recording, you gotta be on your A-game," says Longway, alluding to his sessions working with Gucci Mane. "He'll work you hard...There's six rooms going and all of em working." He proceeds to reflect on meeting Wizop, stating "me and Guwop we met in a club, this club called the Libra, back in the day at Moreland avenue. I used to see my man go in there and do the open mic thang...All that energy he gave you on "in my trap house," that's how he was."
He also opens up about working with Young Thug, reminiscing about their come-up together. "Thug was actually an athlete, a quarterback," says Longway. "Thug's a funny little character. He always had a sense of humor...I always knew he knew how to imitate a person."
On a more personal note, we asked him to pick what he felt was his most definitive project. He ultimately decided on Blue M&M Vol. II: King Size. "I was going through so much, that the world probably wouldn't know nothing about . All the songs really meaningful. All the songs on The King Size really mean something to me. It's a good CD."
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