Holding the title for most underrated rapper in Atlanta for the past few years has been no other than PeeWee Longway. The rapper who’s known for his bizarre flow in conjunction with his bizarre name has been blessing music listeners ever since 1017’s CEO Gucci Mane gave Longway a cosign on his first project: Money, Pounds, Ammunition. Since then, PeeWee Longway has slowly grown into a household name with a flurry of better-than-expected mixtapes and a couple of digital albums. With the release of The Blue M&M 3 coming up, let’s take a look at PeeWee’s previous works in order from best to worst.
1. The Blue M&M 2: King Size
The second installment of the Blue M&M trilogy easily comes in as PeeWee’s best project to date as he showcased his versatility and prowess on a whole other level throughout the 18 track project. Standout songs I Just Want The Money, Deja Vu, and Chasing really showcases that PeeWee had a wider range of talent than many thought he would ever display. He also grabbed a great variety in features from fellow Atlanta stars Rich Homie Quan, Young Thug, Offset & Quavo as the new age of Atlanta superstars continue to flex their muscles with endless cosigns from one another.
2. Mr. Blue Benjamin
Longway’s first album, Mr. Blue Benjamin, comes in as his second best project and to be honest, it easily could have been his best work to date. He Basically picked up where he left off from “The Blue M&M 2” and kept going as tracks The Most, What A Name, & It Cost To Be Me again put his versatility on display as more than just your average Atlanta trap rapper. Longway standouts on this project because of his work as mostly a lyricist, a trap lyricist at that.
3. The Blue M&M
After the release of his successful sophomore project, “Running Around The Lobby”, PeeWee Longway decided it was time to take on an alter ago and a few months later The Blue M&M was born. From the title of his new found nickname to the title of his third mixtape, The Blue M&M began buzzing around the rap scene as soon as the tape was released. The 21-track mixtape that was released back in 2014 features production from Metro Boomin, The Honorable C.N.O.T.E, and Dun Deal while grasping verses from Jose Guapo, Hoodrich Pablo Juan, and A$AP Rocky.
4. Longway Sinatra
Longway’s latest release “Longway Sinatra” comes in at fourth only because of how short it was compared to his other projects while containing no clear cut single. The project was executively produced by Cassius Jay and contains features from Offset, TK Kravitz and surprise guest E-40. Songs like On The Gram, Bankroll, God Damn and Cocaine excited avid Longway listeners after the early release of the Master P inspired track, Master PeeWee just weeks ahead of the release of the project.
5. Running Around The Lobby
6. Money, Pounds, Ammunition: Vol 2
7. Money, Pounds, Ammunition: Vol 3