• After taking a short break to promote his new single "Thick", Plies is right back at it with his remix tip.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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 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".
  • 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".
  • 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
  • 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”.
  • "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.
  • 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.
  • Plies scored a huge feature for the first single from his album last week, recruiting Lil Boosie for "Big Thangs". The Floridian rapper has now shared another new song, this time bringing out Drill superstar Lil Reese for the occasion.
  • Last week, Plies returned to the spotlight with the highly topical track "Donald Sterling: Racist Muthafucka," and now he's ready to share the first look at his upcoming studio album.
  • News just broke that Donald Sterling has received a lifetime ban from the NBA from NBA Commissioner Adam Silver, on top of which, the L.A. Clippers owner has been ordered to pay a fine of $2.5 million-- the maximum amount. He may not be the Clippers owner for much longer, at least that's the idea.
  • K. Michelle released her hit, "Can't Raise A Man" back in 2013, but Plies has decided to revive it on his new offering, adding a verse for the remix. He leaves the original song intact outside of his verse. No word if it's attached to a new mixtape.
  • Plies is still showing no signs of slowing down. After delivering the 22-track mixtape Da Last Real Nigga Left, he followed that with the tribute track “Welcome Home Boosie”.
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