As seen in a just-released 'Heard of Me' music video, Plies holds a street election for his upcoming 'Da Realist' album.
To his fans enjoyment, Plies debuts a music video for his latest single "Heard of Me". The video mostly depicts a campaign story for his upcoming "Da Realist", which is scheduled for release on December 16. Plies is seen appearing behind a platform with "Street Election" written on the banner behind him.
Led by Mannie Fresh-produced song "Pants Hang Low", "Da Realist" is Plies' third major studio album under Atlantic Records. "Plies is a hard worker. There's no need to hold him back. I heard the album, heard the music, and I feel he's ready," Gucci Mane comments on Plies' next installment.
Aside from his activity of gearing up "Da Realist", Plies has also worked with DJ Khaled on the Terror Squad's artist's first single "Out Here Grindin". Also, in another project, Plies has entered the recording room to provide backing vocals for Maino's "Hi Hater" off the Brooklyn rapper's debut album "If Tomorrow Comes".
Plies' "Heard of Me" music video: