Birth name

Ramon Russel Gooden


April 5, 1970 (1970-04-05) (age 49)
Oakland, California, U.S.


Hip hop


Rapper, record producer

Years active


Associated acts

2Pac, Bigg Money Odis, Digital Underground, Funky Aztecs, Gold Money, Too Short

Ramon Russel Gooden (born April 5, 1970), better known by his stage name Pee-Wee, is an American rapper and record producer. He began his hip hop career in the group Gold Money with rapper Bigg Money Odis, before the duo became associated with Digital Underground.

Through his membership in Digital Underground, Pee-Wee co-produced the 1991 album, 2Pacalypse Now, by fellow D.U. member Tupac Shakur. Pee-Wee produced and raps on the song "I Don't Give a Fuck", and also has background vocals on the song "Something Wicked". 

After Gold Money released their unsuccessful album A Day in the Life of a Player in 1992, the duo disbanded. Pee-Wee was a member of Too Short's group The Dangerous Crew. He had various guest appearances on and produced various songs throughout the mid-to-late 1990s, with his last appearance being on the production of the song "Freakplay" on Daz Dillinger's 2002 compilation album Daz Dillinger's To Live and Die in CA.

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