It makes sense that after inking a label deal with Slip-N-Slide slash Atlantic Records, Plies easily gained some haters. That amount probably doubled when he jumped in the studio with the in demand talents of ATL product, Nitti, who helped everyone realize that Yung Joc had it Goin’ Down. Look for Plies in 2007!
Written by DJ Z on 11/28/06
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"Shawty ft. T-Pain" (2007)
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