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Video Premiere: Plies' 'Medicine' Feat. Keri Hilson

January 15, 2010 (2:14 am) GMT
Doctor Plies and nurse Keri Hilson are giving their prescription to the sick people in the 'Medicine' music video.
Video Premiere: Plies' 'Medicine' Feat. Keri Hilson

Rapper plays Dr. Goon in a newly-debuted video for his new single "Medicine", teaming up with sexy nurse in the hospital to treat sick people. The video sees Plies dealing with the female patients and Keri facing the male.

"Medicine" is produced by powerhouse music maker Polow da Don. The song serves as the second single from Plies' upcoming fourth studio album "" which is slated to come out across the United States on February 16.

The first single from the album, meanwhile, is a solo track titled "Becky". Since being released in June, the J.R. Rotem-produced song peaked at No. 14 on Billboard Hot Rap Tracks chart.

"Medicine" music video aside, Plies left one young student stunned at a show in Atlanta, Georgia on December 26, 2009 when he offered to pay her college tuition. The star was performing at Hot 107.9 Atlanta's Jingle Bash concert when he invited a young fan to the stage and told her he'd pay for her to attend the University of Miami. This apparently a response to previous harsh criticism received by him for throwing $50,000 to concertgoers during the radio station's Birthday Bash concert earlier that year.

Plies' "Medicine" music video

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