Da REAList

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PliesDecember 15, 2008
Hip-Hop/Rap℗ 2008 Slip-N-Slide Records, Inc. exclusively licensed to Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States
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Da REAList is the third studio album by American rapper Plies, released by Atlantic Records on December 16, 2008 in North America.
The album was released just six months after his previous release, Definition of Real, with re-teaming with producers and rapper Drumma Boy, No I.D. and DVS. Additional production by Mannie Fresh, T-Minus and DJ Infamous among others.
Da REAList was released to more mixed and lukewarm reviews among critics than his previous albums. The album has reached number fourteen on the US Billboard 200.

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Me & My Goons4:07
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F**k U Gon' Do Bout It3:17
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Gotta Be4:21
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Want It, Need It (feat. Ashanti)3:49
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Plenty Money3:54
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Family Straight3:45
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Make a Movie3:12
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2nd Chance5:05
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Spend the Night3:36
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Heard of Me3:53
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All Black4:14
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Street Light (feat. Sean Garrett)3:38
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I Chase Paper4:12
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Pants Hang Low3:56
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Co-Defendant4:27
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Put It on Ya (feat. Chris J)4:04
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Tracks
16
Released
December 16, 2008
Label
℗ 2008 Slip-N-Slide Records, Inc. exclusively licensed to Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States
File type
MP3
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Streaming and by permanent download to your computer and/or device
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A member of T.I.'s Grand Hustle family, rapper Young Dro exploded in 2006 with "Shoulder Lean," an irresistible, hooky club cut that kicked it hard. It was straight out of the house of T.I., as is the full-length it lands on. Best Thang Smokin' isn't as successful as T.I.'s King, but it is filled with more top-shelf productions than usual and built like solid full-lengths should be. Rather than pushing everything huge to the front, "Shoulder Lean" is saved for track number four, as an above average "who I am" cut opens the album with two dirty, down-low bangers following. Snide and loopy like the Grand Hustle team almost always nails, the great "Rubberband Banks" sits in the middle next to "We Lied," a smooth breakup number where Young Dro juggles being gangsta and having a broken heart effectively (as soon as the track fades, the sleazy "My Girl" wipes away any thoughts that he's soft). The street-level highlight -- "Gangsta" -- and the almost freestyle, "show off" number -- "What It Is" -- are both found in the fourth quarter, with the skeletal "It Ain't Over" bringing things to a satisfying close. The guest list is kept lean and Dro sounds hungry throughout, which makes listening to his well-thought-out raps all the better. Even if the numerous club cuts make him the best T.I. alternative to pick if you want something colder, "What It Is" and "We Lied" suggest he's got something more to offer. Best Thang Smokin' might stop short of being Dro's perfect showcase, but it's well crafted and filled with enough trunk-rumbling tracks that anyone who craves that Grand Hustle rush will be satisfied. [Best Thang Smokin' was also made available in a clean version, with all explicit material removed.]
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