When Plies jumped into hip-hop, he had no intention of becoming a rapper, much less an Usher-esque heartthrob. With the assistance of his charming personality, however, Plies ‘07 debut album The Real Testament (led by the singles Shawty and Hypnotized) has been a semi-success. To kick off promotions for his never-too-soon upcoming sophomore album, Da Definition of Real, Plies has decided to follow the motto “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” A smooth piano beat (produced by DVS) mixed with laid-back vocals will help Bust It Baby get played throughout the nation’s bedroom speakers. Later this year the whole world will discover Da Definition of Real, set to drop this spring.
Written by Burmy on 01/14/08
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