If you're still sleeping on Peewee Longway, the time to stop is now.
In an Atlanta currently populated with colorful stars such as Migos, Rich Homie Quan, Young Thug and Rome Fortune, Peewee Longway tends to slip under the radar. He's not as prolific as his peers, has yet to score a big radio hit and had the misfortune of being signed to 1017 Records just as Gucci Mane went away to prison, all of which make him less visible to the public. But even with those factors working against him, Longway has crafted quite the resume, collaborating with a top-tier rolodex of ATL stars, helming his own MPA crew and dropping three consistent tapes. The most recent of these, The Blue M&M Vol. 2: King Size, impacted yesterday, and if you haven't copped it yet, you're really missing out.
Longway does have a small-but-loyal following, but in an effort to see some growth in their numbers, we're here to convince those who haven't yet realized Peewee's brilliance. These are the top five reasons why The Blue M&M should be in your listening history.