Plies On The Breakfast Club
Plies is back with the Breakfast Club on Power 105.1. The rapper recently dropped off a new music video for his collaboration with Kodak Black, "Outchea," from his Ain't No Mixtape Bih 2.
Plies Feat. Kodak Black "Outchea" Video
Plies Feat. Kodak Black
Plies and Kodak Black have teamed up to shoot a music video for their recent mixtape collaboration, "Outchea," taken from Plies' Ain't No Mixtape Bih 2. The mixtape dropped in November, and was quickly followed by a visual for "Ritz Carlton."
Plies "Ritz Carlton" Video
Fresh off the release of his latest project Aint No Mixtape Bih 2, Plies decides to come through and share a new video in its support for the track “Ritz Carlton.” As you might’ve guessed, the video finds Plies living one outrageously lavish lifestyle, with his hands full of cash and his jewelry flossin', it’s all got him feeling like the “Ritz Carlton” in this one. Check it out.
Plies "Checkin On You" Video
Fresh off the release of his Aint No Mixtape Bih, Plies decides to come through today and share the official video for track #10 “Checkin On You.” Checking up on the Lord Almighty, watch as Plies heads to prayer hours to get a few things off his chest in this Omar The Director-shot video above. It serves as the follow up to his “Plugged In” video. Check it out.
Plies "Plugged In" Video
After dropping off his 18-track mixtape Ain't No Mixtape Bih this morning, Plies releases the video for Shawn T-produced banger "Plugged In."
Plies "Lil Babi" Video
Plies is set to release his new mixtape Saturday morning ironically called Aint No Mixtape Bih. Before he does so though, the Florida rapper decides to share a new video off it first for “Lil Babi.” As the title depicts, the video, “Lil Babi,” finds Plies hanging out in a clean mansion, while footage of his sexy “lil babi” flashes throughout it. Nothing we haven’t seen before visually, but the fellas will surely enjoy it. Directed by Omar the director.
Plies Attacked Onstage In Florida
Plies is currently touring the country on his "Find Your" tour, and last night's stop at Club Coliseum in Tallahassee was marred by some physical violence. In the Intagram video above-- taken by a fan in attendance-- we see a crowd member onstage attempting to confront Plies. The rapper plays it off casually, trying to get the man offstage before security did so in a more forceful manner, and the man leans in to the mic to say what sounds like "color money" before tackling Plies offstage. Plies seems to be ok, as he tweeted the following after the show:
Plies "2 Good 4 Me" Video
In his storied career, Plies' knack for lyrically detailing his many sexual exploits has become his calling card. Other rappers love talking about sex, most include at least some mention in their lyrics, but the one Plies takes it to the next level, making sure every new track has at least several references to coitus.
Plies "Got U Gone Man" Video
Plies has been dropping off videos from his most recent mixtape, Da Last Real Nigga Left 2 on a weekly basis, and today he's come through once again with a visual for "Got U Gone Man". Following last week’s “Issues” video, “Got U Gone Man” finds Plies arguing with his lady in the Benz, gives some lessons to his homies, and even gets revenge in this ShawnTbeatz-produced record. Check it all out above.
Plies "Issues" Video
Plies has been dropping off videos from his most recent mixtape, Da Last Real Nigga Left 2 on a weekly basis, and today he's come through once again with a visual for "Issues". The song revolves around conflicts within a relationship, and the new clip finds Plies and his bae arguing in his mansion. This is the second visual chosen from the tape that confronts some personal problems, after "Daddy" which addressed the rapper's relationship (or lack thereof) with his father.
Plies "Did It Outta Luv" Video
After dropping off Da Last Real Nigga Left 2 a few weeks back, Plies hasn’t been shying away from the visuals. Last week, he released the video for “Daddy”, and now today he’s back with another one for “Did It Outta Luv”.
Plies "Daddy" Video
Plies dropped his second mixtape of the year with Da Last Real Nigga Left 2 earlier in the month. While the project was full of highlights, one clear standout was the emotional peak, "Daddy" which found Plies reflecting on how his life would have been different if his father had been there for him in his childhood. Ironically, the rapper decides that he was better off without his old man, realizing that the struggle he was presented with in his absence made him strong. The video for the track finds Plies rapping between some crazy spinners on his whips.
Plies "Mad At Myself" Video
In 2014, most of Plies' musical output has come in the form of his remixes (or "p-mixes") of popular songs, most of which usually find ways to cram the word "pussy" in as many times as possible. Now, the Southern artist shares a video for "Mad At Myself." Clad in a Sacramento Kings hat, a veritable arctic shelf's worth of ice and a shirt that seems to consist of a nugget of weed in front of a celestial backdrop, Plies raps in front of a black background. It's a very low-key, minimal clip, but as this is the case, Plies' charisma is up front -- where it always should be.
Shy Glizzy Feat. Plies "Free Tha Gang" Video
Shy Glizzy Feat. Plies
Back in February, Shy Glizzy dropped his Young Jefe tape, which included, among other bangers, his breakout hit "Awwsome." Plies also showed up on the project for the soulful cut "Free Tha Gang," which is ostensibly about busting your comrades out of jail.
Plies Feat. Luke "T.H.I.C.K." Video
Plies Feat. Luke
A couple weeks ago, Plies dropped off his newest single “T.H.I.C.K.”, off his upcoming album Purple Heart. Today, the Florida rapper returns to share the single’s official video featuring Luke. The video goes right along with the song’s theme as flashes of big thick woman (and booty's) run across the screen. Not the most meaningful video you’ll see, but definitely easy on the eyes.
Plies "People Dem" Video
Plies continues to drop new material almost every week, but he's still getting mileage out of his Da Last Real Nigga Left mixtape, which saw release at the top of the year. Today, the Floridian rasper gives us a visual for the opening cut from the project, "People Dem".The video concept is certainly a new one, with Plies and his crew feasting on some shellfish as the rapper spits his boasts at the head of the table.
Plies "Neva Had Shit" Video
Plies released his Da Last Real Nigga Left mixtape at the top of the year, which assembled features from the likes of Tyga, Problem, Young Scooter, Shy Glizzy, and more. His newest release from the tape however, happens to be a solo endeavor. "Neva Had Shit" is an aspirational anthem, which fittingly finds Plies dropping some serious racks on some kicks. He defends his lavish lifestyle as a celebration of his rags-to-riches success. If you've yet to check out the rapper's recent 22-track endeavor, you can do so here.
Plies "Keep Pushin" Video
Plies hasn’t been shying away from the visuals this year. If you’re unaware, this is his 7th official music video of 2014. Following his latest video for "I Remember" last week, the Florida rapper returns today with a new visual for “Keep Pushin”, which saw life on his latest mixtape Da Last Real Nigga Left.
Plies "I Remember" Video
Plies is serving up more content for his fans. A couple weeks ago, Plies “Welcome Home Boosie” with a new tribute track, and then followed that up with the video for “Fuck Nigga Fee". Today, the Florida rapper is already back with another visual for our viewing pleasure titled “I Remember”, a track off his most recent mixtape Da Last Real Nigga Left.
Plies Feat. Woop "Fuck Nigga Fee" Video
Plies Feat. Woop
Plies is serving up more content for his fans. After releasing a tribute over the weekend for “Welcome Home Boosie”, Plies is back with another visual for our viewing pleasure. Only a few weeks after delivering “Lawd Knows”, Plies is back with this new video for “Fuck Nigga Fee” featuring Whoop. The track itself can be found on his recent mixtape Da Last Real Nigga Left. Check it out above.