Peewee Longway Songs

  • Quaterback
    Young Thug finally delivered his Slime Season mixtape this afternoon, after announcing the project back in July. The mixtape also received a new cover art overnight, following a contest for Thug's fans to design it. That's not the only part of the project that seems to have changed since Thugga's initial announcement-- the mixtape was slated to be a joint effort with producer London On Da Track, but it's turned out more to be a Thug solo affair, with production handled by an assortment of beatsmiths.
  • No Problems
    No Problems
    To commemorate the ten-year anniversary of his reign in the music industry, Gucci Mane is getting ready to share his very first movie ever, which he executive produced, called “The Spot” on 10/17. With an upcoming soundtrack on the way as well, Guwop decides to get the ball rolling tonight by giving us the go ahead to premiere the first offering from that soundtrack called “No Problems” featuring fellow ATLien's Rich Homie Quan & Peewee Longway.
  • Came Up
    Came Up
    As one of the core guys in 808 Mafia's all-star team of producers, TM88 has cemented himself as one of ATL's finest. He's recently parted ways with 808, which includes Southside and Lex Luger, and he's now on the way to leading his own movement--the Sacii Lyfe. The Sacii Lyfe mixtape is an introduction to new artists who TM88 has been mentoring, as well as familar faces, such as PeeWee Longway, Project Pat, MetroBoomin, and more. 
  • No One Else
    No One Else
    Out of nowhere, Gucci Mane released his 8th project in 2015 Monday night called Trap House 5 (The Final Chapter). Laced with 14 tracks, the mixtape features guest appearances from Young Thug, Chief Keef, and Peewee Longway. Meanwhile, production is handled by the likes of Mike Will Made It, Zaytoven, and Honorable C.N.O.T.E.
  • Virtual Trapping
    Virtual Trapping
    This morning, Johnny Cinco delivered an unannounced project called Trap Religious, and by far the most remarkable song on it is one called "Virtual Trapping" that features Peewee Longway. Over a trippy beat (that may or may not be produced by Will-A-Fool), Cinco mumbles a hook about "cyber bricks" and turning "your bitch to a robot." It's basically like a standard trapping anthem thrown into the "Tron" universe.
  • Good Crack
    Good Crack
    Peewee Longway is setting himself up to be the next big rapper to blow up out of ATL. The rapper already has the right connections in place, after being signed to Gucci Mane's 1017 Records and affiliations with the Quality Control roster. It's possible that Gucci's incarceration put his career on hold for a minute, but the rapper isn't letting that bring him down too much as he delivers his new mixtape The Blue M&M Vol.
  • 1500
    The last time Boosie Badazz and Rich Homie Quan linked up, we go the dope track "Like A Man," and today, they continue their hot streak on "1500." Bringing along the ever-reliable Peewee Longway for one of his stopgap guest verses, Boosie and Quan have shared the new one, produced by Beatmonster Marc and Wheezy.
  • On My Line
    On My Line
    In less than two weeks, QC signee Johnny Cinco will be dropping off his new project I Swear, and today, he's blessed us with another cut from it. Featuring the ever enigmatic Peewee Longway, "On My Line" is the third track we've heard from the tape thus far. On the track, Cinco delivers a slack-jawed hook amid a sea of kooky ad-libs and maintains this vibe for his verse as well. Longway, on the other hand, opts for a more dynamic delivery, talking about fucking women on Tempurpedic mattress and, of course, moving that weight. 
  • Gold Medal
    Gold Medal
    If you need any help whipping the yola, Yo Gotti has got you. The rapper gives us a heavy dose of street-oriented raps on his new mixtape Concealed, hosted by DJ Drama, which dropped as a surprise (ish) earlier this morning. "Gold Medal" finds Gotti linking up with the Blue M&M himself, Pee Wee Longway, over dope production from Big Fruit. The two claim they should get a gold medal for how their cooking skills. #TeamYayo.
  • Cut Like Me
    Cut Like Me
    PeeWee Longway continues to feed the streets. After hearing his feature on Jose Guapo’s “Never Been A Lame” record earlier today, the Houston rapper decides to come through hours later and share his latest solo effort “Cut Like Me”.
  • Never Been A Lame
    Never Been A Lame
    Jose Guapo is currently gearing up to drop his already-controversial tape Osama Bin Guapo, and today we get another drop from it. "Never Been A Lame" is a Zaytoven-produced gem that also features Offset and PeeWee Longway.
  • Hold Us
    Hold Us
    Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan proved their strength as a duo with the excellent Rich Gang mixtape, but they seem have a lot more in the chamber than that (already pretty damn long) project. Quan recently hinted that Vol. 2 of the tape was coming Christmas Eve, and while that didn't pan out, there's no doubt in our mind that the two don't have anotehr mixtape's worth of material ready to go anytime.
  • I Got
    I Got
    When Rich Gang dropped their mixtape Tha Tour Pt. 1 earlier this month, the producer credits were largely unknown on the project. We know that "Lifestyle" producer London On Tha Track was the executive producer, and his tag was on a few tracks, but other than that, Birdman and Co. kept us in the dark. Now we know that the PeeWee Longway-assisted Young Thug track "I Got" that was included on the tape was produced by Mike WiLL Made It, as he just shared the track on his SoundCloud.
  • Keep Da Doe Locked (Remix)
    Keep Da Doe Locked (Remix)
    PeeWee Longway decides to join forces with a couple of Houston natives, who you may or may not be familiar, Checkboyz. The duo consists of Beretta Black and Dealin Packz, we don't too much about them, but they are relatively new, with their oldest Soundcloud records going back three months.
  • What Move Would U Make
    What Move Would U Make
    We're used to hearing Takeoff in his rap trio Migos, but for his latest record, he goes it alone, with assistance from his ATL affiliate PeeWee Longway. Takeoff uses Murda on production for the trap banger "What Move Would U Make," the same producer who did Migos' recent record "Fake Watch Busta."
  • Jumped Off The Porch
    Jumped Off The Porch
    DJ Lil Keem is currently prepping a compilation mixtape titled Internet Traphouse 2, and today, he's dropped off an early leak from the project. Featuring PeeWee Longway, Bankroll Fresh and production from Cassius Jay, "Jumped Off The Porch" finds the two rappers pitting their very different voices against each other.
  • Trapper Girl
    Trapper Girl
    Migos are already involved in two tapes scheduled to drop in the next few months -- Streets On Lock 4 and No Label 3 -- and now it seems like they'll be featured on some tracks from PeeWee Longway's upcoming Lobby Runners 2 tape. The Zaytoven-produced "Trapper Girl" is the first taste of that project we've gotten, and though PeeWee's at the helm of the tape, it's Quavo who heads up the trio on this track, which also includes Young Thug.
  • Trap Dab (Freestyle)
    Trap Dab (Freestyle)
    As accomplished trap rappers from the A, Migos are much more well-known for their hooks and dizzying triplet flows than their ability as freestylers. But despite that, the trio just dropped a cypher-esque track with hometown homies Hoodrich Pablo Juan, Jose Guapo and Peewee Longway, and all six murder it.
  • Big Dawg
    Big Dawg
    Producer K.E. On The Track lets go a new collaboration today, with assistance from two Quality Control rappers PeeWee Longway and Jose Guapo for the bars, and co-production from S.M. Tracks.
  • No Alibi
    No Alibi
    Just a few days ago, we got a brand new track from Rich Homie Quan in the form of the "Walk Thru" video, which also featured Problem, and now he's returned with another. "No Alibi" features fellow ATLien PeeWee Longway and is slightly less soulful, but a good deal more turnt, than the track that precedes it.