The introduction to Plies' sophomore album indicates the emcee hasn't changed at all: "Went to sleep real, woke up realer." His first and second singles "Bust It Baby Pt. 2" (featuring Ne-Yo) and "Please Excuse My Hands" (featuring the Dream and Jamie Foxx) will only add to his unlikely sex symbol aura, and he continues to impress with his ability to make conceptually tight streets song like "Sh*t Bag" and "Bushes." The former is about what you'll be left with if you mess with him, while the latter is where you'll find him waiting for you if you mess with him. It's grotesque, but kind of entertaining.