Plies, "Plenty Money"

Track Review

What recession? Plies has "Plenty Money," and the Fort Myers, Fla., rapper wants to "let the streets know." "What's in my pockets, dawg? Big face hundreds/ I'm kinda mad with you haters, I'm real disappointed/ 'Cause what you didn't tell the people is I got plenty money," he boasts. The MC also says that his riches get him "whips foreign" (as in cars), that his jewelry "stay glowin' " (even in prison) and that he keeps the "gnac pourin' " in the club, among other big talk. While the content of "Plenty Money" may be a little insensitive considering current economic times, Plies' braggadocio doesn't come off as offensive. In fact, his Southern drawl-heavy lyrical wit, combined with the drum patterns and electric guitar riffs on the production, sets up "Plenty Money" to be not only a summer favorite, but quite possibly the biggest record of Plies' career to date.