Peewee Longway has been a mainstay of Atlanta Hip-Hop long before many rap fans nationwide even heard of him. The stories conflict—while it’s been reported that he was signed to Gucci Mane’s 1017 imprint before Guwop’s last stretch in the bing (and subsequent glow-up), Longway insists that he was never contractually bound although he maintains […]

To commemorate the one-year anniversary of his And After That, We Didn’t Talk LP, GoldLink delivers a sequel to “See I Miss,” featuring songstress Marsha Ambrosius.

Juicy J returned today to announce his upcoming mixtape, Must Be Nice, and deliver its leading single “Trap,” featuring Gucci Mane and PeeWee LongWay.

Producer Clams Casino returns with ambient, haunting sound on “Be Somebody,” a song featuring A$AP Rocky and Lil B.

So far, 2016 has been full of surprises. The latest comes courtesy of Sampha, the oft-recluse British crooner; he returns with a new song titled “Timmy’s Prayer.”

Ty Dolla $ign is repackaging his debut album, Free TC, with bonus tracks for your listening pleasure. One gem arrives today, titled “Long Time,” featuring Quavo.

Producer Honorable C-Note delivers a heater titled “7 Days,” featuring two of Atlanta’s finest 2 Chainz and Peewee Longway.

Rick Ross has given rap fans constant reminders (or songs, in this case) that his Black Dollar album releases on Thursday (September 3). Today, he returns with a Gucci Mane, Meek Mill and Whole Slab-assisted track called “Turn Ya Back.”

Skeme’s pen game has long been certified fresh but the ferocity of the Cali MC’s mic skills should not be overlooked, either. To ensure that doesn’t happen, The Duke has rolled out Ingleworld 2 to bring fans into his own backyard of ghetto utopia, for better or worse.

Shy Glizzy will ensure that his Law 3: Now Or Never mixtape is not slept on. That said, he delivers a visual for “Everything Golden.”

Atlanta’s PeeWee Longway has racked up show-stealing guest appearances in recent months and collaborations with the A$AP Rocky, Young Thug and more. Now he returns with his Blue M&M Vol. 2 mixtape for your listening pleasure.

Rap fans can think of numerous ways to describe Gucci Mane. But be sure to include workhorse somewhere in fold, as yet another new album from the Atlanta rapper hits the Internets.