Plies Songs

  • Flicka Da Wrist (Desert Storm Remix)
    Flicka Da Wrist (Desert Storm Remix)
    Chedda Da Connect's "Flicka Da Wrist" continues to blow up. We've already heard remixes from Kevin Gates and Rick Ross, who comes back for another round on this all-star "Desert Storm" remix curated by DJ Clue, featuring (in addition to Rozay) French Montana, Plies, and Maino.  If you haven't gotten enough of the street sensation, let four more certified wrist flickers add their dope-boy knowledge to the turn-up anthem.  Let us know what you think of the new Clue remix, and tell us who delivered the most flickable verse. 
  • Trap Queen (Freestyle)
    Trap Queen (Freestyle)
    After hitting us with the Lil Wayne & K Camp-featured single “Find You” a few weeks back, Plies decides to get back to the remix game tonight and release this new P-mix over Fetty Wap’s buzzing single “Trap Queen”.
  • Find You
    Find You
    There was a time when Plies was more known for his music than for entertaining tweets like this one and one. He had a hot streak back then with back to back gold-selling albums and a series of hit singles geared towards his female audience like "Shawty" with T-Pain and "Bust It Baby (Part 2)" with Ne-Yo.
  • Find You
    Find You
    After hitting us with Da Last Real Nigga Left 2 mixtape back in November, Plies is already prepping the release of his next album, Purple Heart. Tonight, the Florida rapper decides to come through and share the album’s newest leak “Find You” featuring K Camp.
  • Welcome To My Hood
    Welcome To My Hood
    If you're on HNHH daily you've probably seen DJ Khaled YMCMB Savior beg us at least once to put a DJ Khaled throwback this week. He was really persistent, even other commenters started asking on his behalf, so we obliged.
  • Tuesday (Freestyle)
    Tuesday (Freestyle)
    Plies is back with another one of his P-mixes. On Monday, he dropped off a remix over Dej Loaf’s "Me U & Hennessey", and now today he’s back with another one, this time over ILoveMakonnen’s popular smash “Tuesday”.
  • Me U & Hennessy (Remix)
    Me U & Hennessy (Remix)
    When it comes to staying on-brand, Plies is one of the best in the rap game. Unlike the rest of the pack, sex-obsessed rapper Plies didn't opt to remix DeJ Loaf's "Try Me," which contains little to no sexual references. However, weeks after DeJ drops the sexiest song of her young career ("Me U & Hennessy"), The One Plies materializes out of thin air to lend a fittingly carnal "P-mix" to the track.
  • Blue Hunda
    Blue Hunda
    Earlier this week, Plies trolled all of us when he tacked on a "(feat. Jeremih)" to the end of his "Gossip" track title, prompting Jeremih to tweet "?? bruh , dat ain't me" in a confused response. Now Plies is back with a new one entitled "Blue Hunda" and (hopefully for real this time) produced by League Of Starz.
  • Gossip
    Gossip
    The always raunchy Plies has been spending most of the year crafting X-rated alternative versions of popular tracks like "Hot Nigga" and "Cut Her Off." That being said, he put out an original track, "Thick," back in June, and today he returns with another: the Drumma Boy-produced "Gossip," which also features Jeremih.
  • Lifestyle (Remix)
    Lifestyle (Remix)
    After taking a short break to promote his new single "Thick", Plies is right back at it with his remix tip. A few weeks ago, we heard his take on K Camp’s popular hit “Cut Her Off” , and today's he's back jumping on Rich Gang’s most recent hit “Lifestyle”, featuring Young Thug & Rich Homie Quan.
  • THICK
    THICK
    Plies has been consistently feeding the streets with freestyles these past few weeks, so it's rather refreshing to hear some original content from the Florida rapper. Tonight, he comes through with his new single “Thick”, featuring Luke, aka Uncle Luke, from 2 Live Crew. As the cover art portrays, Plies expresses his love for the “T-H-I-C-K-“ asses in this new Rico Love-produced party anthem. It will see life on Plies' upcoming album Purple Heart, which is due out later this year.
  • Cut Her Off (Remix)
    Cut Her Off (Remix)
    In case you missed it, Plies has been spending his 2014 by grabbing nearly every hip-hop/R&B song that graces the radio and giving it a "P-mix," that is, a Plies freestyle. Yesterday he tackled Iggy Azalea and Charli XCX's "Fancy," and today it's K Camp's "Cut Her Off" that Plies has lined up in his sights. Making it clear that he's got no love for the ladies, Plies picked a great track to pair with his signature X-rated sex talk. He spits two verses that contain more sexual references than some rappers' albums, and comes out handily besting K Camp in the lustful department.
  • Fancy (Remix)
    Fancy (Remix)
    Iggy Azalea's "Fancy" is the objective song of the summer, whether you like it or not. No matter what you do over the next few months, you'll be hearing it everywhere, something Plies has surely taken note of. The Floridian rapper has turned in his own remix of the Mustard-esque track, adding a verse midway through the otherwise intact hit. Over the last two weeks or so, Plies has unleahsed an onslaught of freestyles, taking on ScHoolboy Q's "Studio", Wiz Khalifa's "We Dem Boyz", and Chris Brown's "Loyal" to name a few.
  • Studio (Remix)
    Studio (Remix)
    ScHoolboy Q's Oxymoron has something for everyone, whether it was hardcore gangsta rap, old-school storytelling, or dancefloor bangers. On eof the standout tracks-- and also the closest thing resembling a slow jam on the album --is the infectious "Studio". Plies, who's been doing his fair share of remixes over the last week or so, is certainly a fan, deciding give the smooth track a dose of his signature rasp flow. The contrast is very effective, and the Floridian rapper's raunchiness is perfect match for the slow-burner.
  • We Dem Boyz (Remix)
    We Dem Boyz (Remix)
    Plies has been as prolific than ever recently, with this being his third new track in the last three days. Yesterday we heard him add a contribution to R. Kelly's "Marry The Pussy", and prior to that, he went in over Chris Brown's "Loyal". Unlike the latter track, "We Dem Boyz" finds Plies simply tacking a 16 onto the beginning of the song, leaving Wiz's version intact from thereon out.
  • Marry The Pussy (Freestyle)
    Marry The Pussy (Freestyle)
    Plies continues to feed the streets with his P-mixes. Following his latest freestyle to Nicki Minaj’s lead single "Pills N Potions", the Florida rapper decides to keep the freestyles rolling and jump on R Kelly’s track "Marry The Pussy". No word as for where this track might end up, but all these frequent freestyles from Plies leads me to believe a mixtape maybe on its way.
  • Loyal (Remix)
    Loyal (Remix)
    Chris Brown's "Loyal" managed to become a hit while the singer was locked up, and the Ty Dolla $ign-penned track is still getting plenty of play now that Brown has been released.Plies is the latest rapper to add some verses to the song, which originally sported verses from Lil Wayne, Too Short, French Montana, and Tyga on its various west and east coast versions. The rapper decides to sprinkle his verses throughout the track, rather than do the typical opening verse R&B mix. His Purple Heart album is due out later this year.
  • Pills N Potions (Remix)
    Pills N Potions (Remix)
    Plies continues to feed the streets with his P-Mixes. Following his latest freestyle to Migos’ hit record “Fight Night”, the Florida rapper decides to keep the music rolling and jump on Nicki Minaj’s lead single “Pills N Potions”. No word as for where this track might end up, but all these frequent freestyles from Plies leads me to believe a mixtape maybe on its way.  
  • Fight Night (Remix)
    Fight Night (Remix)
    "Fight Night" is a surprise hit, not because the Migos didn't have another one in them, but that it's very much a west coast feel, breaking out of the Zaytoven-helmed brand of Atlanta trap they've perfected over the ;ast year or so.
  • All Of Me (Remix)
    All Of Me (Remix)
    2014 has been a pretty prolific year for Plies. Starting off the year with his 22-track mixtape, Da Last Real Nigga Left, and subesquently dropping track after track since its release.
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