ATL Rapper Peewee Longway Announces The Blue M&M 4 Mixtape

Peewee Longway

Armed with an unlimited array of fresh flows, Peewee Longway is Atlanta’s most consistently inventive emcee. Ready to showcase his deep musicality and tumbling wordplay, Peewee announces The Blue M&M 4, his upcoming mixtape. Continuing a series that started in 2014 and had its most recent installment in 2017, The Blue M&M 4 is a carnival of off-kilter trap music, collecting some of the South’s biggest rappers and Atlanta’s most vital sound architects to populate Peewee’s world of money, weed, and codeine. Peewee’s first project since last November’s State Of The Art, The Blue M&M 4 releases on August 23rd via MPA Bandcamp/EMPIRE. Enjoy this audio stream below after the jump and please share this with friends.


Says Peewee about The Blue M&M 4  and the Blue M&M series of mixtapes: “You got to keep the series going. It ain’t going to stop. The M&M series going to keep going and going and going. The M’s stand for the millions and millions and millions. We gonna keep going and keep getting it. The series don’t stop. I’m trying to get The Blue M&M 100 if we can. I try to do my best on each one so I know for sure that this one is better than the last one. I mixed it up with both sides. I gave a shout out to the women and the men. So just doing it the long way.”

Today, Peewee touts his preference for high-end items on “Fiji Water, the distinctly drawly lead single from the project. Defined by intoxicating keys from producer Swagdot, “Fiji Water” is a seductive speaker-knocker, meant for blasting out open windows of low-riders. Switching his flow from sing-song to triplets and back, Peewee exalts in his boss status through his signature grin: “Runnin’ through them bands like I’m Usain Bolt/Gold mouth shawty…yeah I’m still selling dope.” “Fiji Water” follows the tropical video for Craigslist,” a State Of The Art single, which released last month, and this June’s Lolife Longway EPa 6-song collaboration with MPA Bandcamp producer/rapper LoLife Blacc.

Explains Peewee: “I was thinking about that Fiji Water, Aquafina flow, giving the women a shout out for all that Fiji Water they be having. I owe it to the women because I always rap about trap so much. My girl, she’s always there and this song is about her. I just want to give all the women a big shout out.”

Pre-order The Blue M&M 4https://Empire.lnk.to/BlueMnM4

The Background:
Peewee Longway, born Quincy Williams, is an Atlanta based artist known for his unorthodox flow and extraordinary use of intonation. Hailing from the tough streets of South Atlanta, Peewee, as his friends refer to him, grew up in a single-parent home with one brother and one sister. Regardless of the obstacles he was presented with Peewee Longway still found a way to persevere and become known as one of Atlanta’s most revered lyrical new artists. His debut mixtape Money, Pounds, Ammunition was released in March of 2013. Though most became familiar with Peewee Longway from his affiliation with his mentor, and close friend, Gucci Mane’s label 1017, he actually nurtured and created his own imprint, MPA Bandcamp Music Group. The next release, Running Around the Lobby, picked up steam and earned Peewee loyal fans that call themselves “Lobby Runners”. In turn this became the name to the third mixtape he put out that same year, in December of 2013.

Much like his peers that emerged from the Trap Music explosion in Atlanta, such Young Thug and Future, Peewee’s work ethic is phenomenal having released 10 projects since his debut in 2013. The last three projects Peewee released (Blue M&M King Size & MPA Vol. 2 & 3) were actually released in just months of each other. When asked, Peewee says that among his favorite Groups and Artists are the Hot Boyz, No Limit, Tupac, E40, and Gucci Mane. With hits like “Sneekin and Geekin,” “Cost to Be the Boss,” and “I Just Want the Money,” Peewee began to gain the attention of  Legends like LL Cool J, who named him his “favorite new artist”. He also began to record with fellow Artists, such as ASAP Rocky, E40, Juicy J, Wiz Khalifa, and Wale. Music Publications including The Fader, Complex, and XXL have also taken notice of the budding superstar, crediting his contribution to the evolution of Southern music.

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