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For someone who is constantly derided for his less-than-profound rhyme skills, Plies makes several bold choices that separate Da REAList from its competition. Among the usual host of street tales, Plies offers a thug’s perspective on two hot-button political issues. “2nd Chance” addresses harsh prison sentences for first offenders, while “Pants Hang Low” attacks Florida’s ban on sagging pants. Even sonically, the album takes risks. Just witness the slower-than-molasses “Me & My Goons,” or the skeletal throb of “All Black.” While Plies is famous for his loyalty to the street lifestyle, some of the best songs here reveal his devotion to family. On “Family Straight” he describes the difficulty his relatives have in rising above the hardship that surrounds them: “Why my family luck so bad? I sit and wonder / We ain't close like we should and it's taken us under / The only time we come together is to have a funeral / Sit around and talk about each other and spread rumors.” Plies will always put his loyalty to the streets first, but songs like this show there is more on his mind than guns and money.

Customer Reviews

Da REAList album out!!!

Plies does it once again. He has 3 successful album in less than 16 months and on his way to gold with Da REAList. He makes real songs whether it is about life, sex, money which may not sound rite but he is telling you real stories and i respect that. There is no other person in the music buisness that works harder than Plies. He is already done with his fourth album also which should be called "REALer Than Usual". 1. Me & My Goons - 3/5 2. F**k U Gon' Do Bout It - 2/5 3. Gotta Be - 3/5 4. Want It, Need It feat. Ashanti - 5/5 5. Plenty Money - 4/5 6. Family Straight - 5/5 (MUST BUY!!!!) 7. Make A Movie - 3/5 8. Second Chance - 4/5 9. Spend The Night - 1/5 10. Heard Of Me - 4/5 11. All Black - 3/5 12. Street Light feat. Sean Garrett - 3/5 13. I Chase Paper - 2/5 14. Pants Hang Low - 3/5 15. Co-Defendant - 5/5 16. Put It On Ya feat. Chris J - 4/5

Not the Realist

This is the worst album ever, i mean his first album was really good, his second album was ok, but i mean this is just BAD! And plus he thinks hes cool with thoose grillz and looking at the mirror. + He talks about things that dont make sense. For exaple pants hang low?!? Like ummm.... ok yea they do so? and by the way your not the REAList. Make an album called the FAKEST, that might not be a word but your not a rapper!!

Plies - Da REAList

Just five months after releasing Definition of Real and a solid year since The Real Testament. Rapper Plies releases his third album. Da REAList in only 16 months. Here is Plies' third disc review. Me & My Goons 1.5/5 F**k U Gon' Do Bout It 2/5 Gotta Be 3/5 Want It, Need It 3.5/5 Plenty Money 2.5/5 Family Straight 4.5/5 Make a Movie 3.5/5 2nd Chance 2/5 Spend the Night 3/5 Heard of Me 2.5/5 All Black .5/5 Street Light 3.5/5 I Chase Paper 3/5 Pants Hang Low 2/5 Co-Defendant 3.5/5 Put It On Ya 3/5 This time around, Plies is very bad on this. Everything is either rushed or poorly put together. His third time around is pretty much his worst to date. Some songs aren't to bad like "Gotta Be" and "Want It, Need It" aren't to terrible. While "Pants Hang Low", "All Black", and "Me & My Goons" have a lazy flow, and bad lyrical terms. Guests on the album like Ashanti, Sean Garrett, and Chris J are alright, but still they are not the best by any means. Lyrically, this album is poor. Plies isn't spitting or rapping anything intrusting or clever in any of his verses. Though some songs aren't a pain to listen to like "Family Straight" and "Want It, Need It" have decent lyrics. Production can be all over as it is handled by Mannie Fresh, Jim Jonsin, and DVS. "Pants Hang Low" is a good one in terms. Mannie Fresh delievers excellent banging club production. Though the lyrics aren't by any means clever. Plies' third time at the mic is really his worst time. This album was released way to early. Plies' next release will be in March 2009. Lets hope his next album won't be rushed or poorly constructed. Mediocre job by Plies. Rating: 5/10


Born: July 1, 1976 in Fort Myers, FL

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Signed to Slip-N-Slide in 2004 after recording his first track, "Tell Dem Krackers Dat," the Ft. Myers, FL-based Plies built anticipation for his official debut album with a couple mixtape releases, along with an appearance on Trina's "So Fresh." He found some trouble when, during a performance at a Gainesville nightclub on July 2, 2006, an argument about set length escalated into gunfire. Two members of his entourage were convicted of attempted murder, while Plies and a third associate were charged...
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music, Dirty South, Gangsta Rap
  • Released: Dec 12, 2008
  • Parental Advisory

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