Don’t let the tough-guy image and thuggish demeanor fool you; at heart, Plies is a big softie. Just take a listen to recently-leaked potential single Kitty Kitty, which finds the Opa Locka heavyweight teaming up with Trey Songz to rescue a beloved family pet that got itself stuck in a tree. Also, the word “gullible” is written on your ceiling. Seriously. In actuality, of course, the record is all about the female anatomy. Backed by the sugary, R&B-flavored boardwork of Fisha & Price, Plies drops verses packed with sexual double (and single) entendres, offering to make a certain feline shawty’s “...body purr.” And, in case the erotic overtones weren’t getting through to anyone, Songz makes things fairly explicit on his hook and guest verse. Does this steamy track have the makings of a purrfect single, or would it be a catastrophic failure? That, of course, is for you to decide. In any case, those craving more should be sure to pick up a copy of Plies’ Goon Affiliated LP when it hits record stores and online retailers on June 8.
Written by richard on 05/11/10
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