It was released on June 10, 2008. It is Plies lowest charting album to date, which spent twenty weeks on the Billboard 200. Archived from on January 7, 2010. Archived from on September 17, 2015. His slow, confident drawl makes up for his somewhat limited lyricism, and he is backed by some solid if familiar-sounding beats.
Interestingly enough, shuffling through the tracks, each song has an entity of its own as there is a mixture of different topics that he addresses in his lyrics. These slow jams drag the album down, and clash with Plies' raunchy, goon persona. Archived from on June 14, 2008. Title Producer s Length 1. Regardless of the fact that this time around he centered himself on a more somber feel, he concentrates a little less on the hood and more on life.
It was the second best-selling hip hop album at the time in 2008 until it was beat by first week sales of album , 's album and 's. Additional production by , and among others. The production side has a less upbeat tempo whereas his club tracks have narrowed down to just a few and incorporates a more personal side as he expresses his thoughts on certain events and moods. Signed to Slip-n-Slide Records, from 2007 to 2008 he released three albums. Billboard chart and number 8 on the chart. He's more successful when he allows himself to get introspective. Holiday and Keyshia Cole making it an interesting track to vibe to.
Rotem on certain tracks while others incorporates the sounds of his own in-house production as he introduced prior. Ay bra drop us off right here Right here the blue house bra Ay bra let's get in these bushes When that fuck nigga get here he gets it You don't know it but I done peeped where you stay pussy Bitch you gettin' to yo house, I be right in yo bushes Jump out with that choppa, actin' real foolish Keep bullshittin nigga I'mma be right in yo bushes You don't know it but I done peeped where you stay pussy Bitch you gettin' to yo house, I be right in yo bushes Jump out with that choppa, actin' real foolish Keep bullshittin nigga I'mma be right in yo bushes But get dropped off with them goons late night We gone dug off with them choppas and sit tight Lay right in yo bushes until you come back And when we finish them crackas gone have to put you on ice Nigga jumpin' up out them bushes ain't nothin' nice We gone throw some shit but ain't gone be rice Hollow points gone be whistlin comin' back to back Nigga we murkin we ain't worried 'bout you buckin back We ain't come for the money we come for yo life Nigga we patient with this shit we'll lay all night We done did it before laid till the sunlight You don't know it yet but fuck nigga you gettin' wiped Got on my monkey suit layin in this wet grass Got me hot pussy I wanna give it to you bad Soon as you turn up in this bitch we puttin' it on yo ass Fuck niggas that run they mouths don't last Me and my goons don't argue nigga we toe tag You ain't do it right them crackas gone bring them body bags Wanna see what you do when you see that ski mask Want see you smile for that yoppa when you see it flash We ain't gone let you get out we shootin through yo glass Walkin' to yo car shooting that choppa lookin' mad Bustin' from the front, the goons bustin' from the back Clique of young niggas gettin' off in all black My goons lurk all day lookin' for spots Tryin' to find where you layin and what you got Might done followed you home weither you know it or not Until we peep something nigga we circling the block Keep them yoppas on deck so we ready to squab Nigga ridin' all mornin since 7 o'clock I'm on yak they on pills we ready to wile So if you slippin and we peep you we ready to plie Four yoppas fifty rounds two hundred shots All us ridin' with big toolies no glocks All the yoppas off safety no locks Better hope yo bushes ain't our next spot. In celebration of the album he renamed the date Goon 10th, instead of June 10 As of October 2008, the album has sold approximately 524,000 copies in the United States. It was the fifth fast-selling hip hop album of 2008, until T. He includes some major production from Drumma Boy, Scott Scorch, The Runners, and J. I have to be honest; this album has a more straight approach over his debut. Archived from on June 13, 2015.
Archived from on July 5, 2015. Plies was one of the few to speak out against the belt-less pants ban in southern cities. Born in Fort Myers, Florida, Washington was a wide receiver on the football team of Miami University in Ohio in 1996 and 1997 before he became a rapper. . This time around he focuses more on subject matter and lyrical content.
Title Producer s Length 16. It was a group of guys that were harassed and arrested and incarcerated for a fashion statement. The album has sold over 326,149 copies as of December 4, 2009. Archived from on March 20, 2012. These tracks allow him to show a different side of his personality besides the mindless thug and horndog mack, and are among the best on the album. Archived from on July 15, 2017.
It has become the rapper's second album to go gold and is his most successful sales of album to date. The first buzz about the album was started after the release of Definition of Real, where the back page of the album booklet had a statement about the album title and the release date. It was released on the same day as 's album. At , which assigns a rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the album received an score of 59, based on 5 reviews. In , panned the album's overly violent and misogynistic content.
Guest appearances include , , , , and. Archived from the original on February 19, 2009. Archived from on October 12, 2015. The album garnered mixed reviews from critics who questioned Plies' lyricism and vocal work. His entrails of hood stories and reminiscent stories with a calmer, yet suppressed tone. Title Producer s Length 17. I'mma always stand in the forefront and do what I feel is right.
After dropping out of college, he founded Big Gates with his stepbrother. The record had a lot of sentimental value to it. . . . .