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Plies Biography:

Plies was born Algernod Lanier Washington on July 1, 1976, in Fort Myers, Florida and grew up in Cape Coral, Florida. While at Fort Myers Senior High School, he played in the football team, was crowned Homecoming King, and was named the “Best Dressed” student of his class. He attended Miami University for a year and played in its basketball team, then transferred to the University of Central Florida for sophomore year and dropped out. In the late 1990s, Plies and his stepbrother Ronnell Lawrence Lavatte, also known as Big Gates, established an independent record label, Big Gates Records. Although Plies initially refused to rap, after a demonstration for one of his artists, Big Gates decided to keep Plies’ verse on the track “Tell Dem Krackers Dat”. Big Gates and Plies promoted the single and traveled many times to Miami, which eventually led to a deal for Plies on Slip-n-Slide Records. Plies’s girlfriend Brandy Lacole Lyons gave birth to a son, Nijier Lanier Washington, at the University Community Hospital in Tampa, Florida on October 20, 2003. After signing to Slip-n-Slide in 2004, Plies released several mixtapes.

On July 2, 2006, after a shooting at a Gainesville, Florida nightclub, Plies was charged with illegal possession of a concealed weapon, and members of his entourage were charged with attempted murder. The shooting, in which 5 people were injured, started after Plies’ microphone was cut off for Lil’ Boosie to perform, after Plies’ performance ran over time. According to the promoter Jonathan Smith, Plies became “enraged”. A fight began with fists and shouting, and ended with at least six rounds of bullets being fired.

 

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Plies was born Algernod Lanier Washington on July 1, 1976, in Fort Myers, Florida and grew up in Cape Coral, Florida. While at Fort Myers Senior High School, he played in the football team, was crowned Homecoming King, and was named the “Best Dressed” student of his class. He attended Miami University for a year and played in its basketball team, then transferred to the University of Central Florida for sophomore year and dropped out. In the late 1990s, Plies and his stepbrother Ronnell Lawrence Lavatte, also known as Big Gates, established an independent record label, Big Gates Records. Although Plies initially refused to rap, after a demonstration for one of his artists, Big Gates decided to keep Plies’ verse on the track “Tell Dem Krackers Dat”. Big Gates and Plies promoted the single and traveled many times to Miami, which eventually led to a deal for Plies on Slip-n-Slide Records. Plies’s girlfriend Brandy Lacole Lyons gave birth to a son, Nijier Lanier Washington, at the University Community Hospital in Tampa, Florida on October 20, 2003. After signing to Slip-n-Slide in 2004, Plies released several mixtapes.

On July 2, 2006, after a shooting at a Gainesville, Florida nightclub, Plies was charged with illegal possession of a concealed weapon, and members of his entourage were charged with attempted murder. The shooting, in which 5 people were injured, started after Plies’ microphone was cut off for Lil’ Boosie to perform, after Plies’ performance ran over time. According to the promoter Jonathan Smith, Plies became “enraged”. A fight began with fists and shouting, and ended with at least six rounds of bullets being fired.

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In an interview with Plies and according to Slip-n-Slide Records, the rapper announced that he completed a fourth album. Tentatively, he planned to release it in February 16, 2009, but stated that the exact date depended on the success of his third album. The album ended up being released on June 8, 2010. He continued to make guest appearances on Usher’s “Hey Daddy (Daddy’s Home)” (that version not making the Usher’s sixth studio album Raymond vs. Raymond) and Young Jeezy’s “Lose My Mind”.

Plies is currently working on his mixtape, “You Need People Like Me”, which will be released Friday September 3, 2010. On September 3, Plies released his mixtape “You Need People Like Me” which had a song entitled Boosie which was dedicated to Lil Boosie. David Jeffries of allmusic described Plies’s debut album The Real Testament as tracks covering both gang life and love. Similarly, Jeffries described the lyrical content of Da REAList as having “a spectrum that runs from irresponsible gun talk to irresponsible sex talk”. A profile of Plies in the December 2008 issue of Vibe magazine observed that Plies constantly referred to himself as “real” in his music and album titles. However, it pointed out that the word “has virtually synonymous with ‘criminal’ and, in some cases, almost superseded the idea of being able to actually rap”. In July 2008, hip hop website HipHopDX published an investigative report suggesting that Plies exaggerated his criminal background.

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