Not to be confused with his Young Thug and Lil Duke-assisted track of the same name, the video for "Jumanji" sees the Atlanta native poolside with a bevy of voluptuous women and Promethazine-drinking primates. On the track, Longway maintains a steady delivery while referencing Jumanji-related antics. "I beat on my chest made a bitch beat her feet/Back in my bag, blue Benjamin Me," he raps.
The OmarTheDirector-directed visual for "Jumanji" is the second one we've received off Spaghetti Factory. Peewee's latest offering is the second tape he's dropped in eight months—in August 2017 he released his Blue M&M 3 project with features from Young Dolph, Quavo, Offset and PartyNextDoor. Unlike Blue M&M 3, Spaghetti Factory sees the "I Can't Get Enough" rapper rhyming solo on the entire project.
In 2017 XXL spoke to Longway about his musical efforts, and at the time the rap artist felt as if his music career wasn't going anywhere.“I was feeling a certain type of way because I was dropping music and it wasn’t going the way I wanted it to go, so I was just kind of dropping shit for the hell of it," he explained.
By the looks of it, 2018 just may be his year. Watch as PeeWee rocks out in the "Jumanji" music video below.