A few weeks after appearing on the final track on Gucci Mane’s Delusions of Grandeur album, Peewee Longway is serving up a new music video for “Craigslist.” One of the highlights from Peewee Longway’s State of the Art project, “Craigslist” was produced by Cicero of 808 Mafia and originally debuted in November of last year. The visual for “Craigslist” was put together by director Omar The Director, who has worked with Peewee Longway on several separate occasions in the past.
“It’s quick when it’s a vibe. If you’re stuck on one song, it takes time and your money gets stuck,” Peewee Longway previously told us during an April 2018 interview, explaining his creative process and how he puts together records like “Craigslist.” “It’s always a party! [laughs] I cannot take it serious. When you take it too seriously, then your feelings get involved. You start tripping on the wrong things … so I just try to leave those feelings out of it. It’s serious as far as getting the project done, but it’s most definitely fun — I’m going to keep it fun! If there ain’t no happy vibe, I don’t even really want to be in the environment because it won’t come out right. We don’t have time to talk all that “extra gangsta” stuff, we’re here to have fun and party and get these tracks.”
You can take a look at Peewee Longway’s new music video for “Craigslist” above.
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