16 Songs, 47 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

As trap regularly populates playlists and dominates charts, one of the genre’s finest practitioners continues to faithfully feed the streets. An always engaging Atlanta mainstay, MPA boss Peewee Longway dropped the first Blue M&M tape five years ago, and this formidable fourth installment honors the series’s thematic criminality and conspicuous consumption. With production by the likes of TM88 and Zaytoven, he’s as cocksure and ruthless as ever, with fluid flows on “Wakanda” and stop-start finesse on “Smell.” Reliably competitive when paired with a guest, he goes hard next to fellow hometown hero Quavo on “Murder Rate,” as with Memphis upstart Key Glock on “Gun Them Down.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

As trap regularly populates playlists and dominates charts, one of the genre’s finest practitioners continues to faithfully feed the streets. An always engaging Atlanta mainstay, MPA boss Peewee Longway dropped the first Blue M&M tape five years ago, and this formidable fourth installment honors the series’s thematic criminality and conspicuous consumption. With production by the likes of TM88 and Zaytoven, he’s as cocksure and ruthless as ever, with fluid flows on “Wakanda” and stop-start finesse on “Smell.” Reliably competitive when paired with a guest, he goes hard next to fellow hometown hero Quavo on “Murder Rate,” as with Memphis upstart Key Glock on “Gun Them Down.”

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