PeeWee Longway's Spaghetti Factory album may feature one of the strangest album covers in recent memory, but it's an appropriate one nevertheless; the prolific Atlanta rapper's latest project features no shortage of sauce. Now, Peewee's concise new project has arrived, with production courtesy of Atlanta production duo the Spaghetti Junction. It's clear we're looking at a theme on this one. Unlike many contemporary releases, PeeWee has decided to keep embrace the art of brevity, coming through with a clean ten tracks. Moreover, he handles this one all by himself, no features required.
After kicking things off with a "Freestyle," PeeWee holds it down with a pair of back to back bangers in "Crash" and "Break It Down." The former stands out as an up-tempo album highlight, while the latter's eerie vibe is reminiscent of former label boss Gucci Mane. Be sure to check this one out, and sound off below.