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|Born||March 7, 1982|
|Origin||Denver, Colorado, United States|
|Genres||Rap, Hip hop|
|Occupation(s)||Rap Artist, Record Producer,|
|Labels||Illuminated Entertainment Group, Koch Entertainment, Select-O-Hits Music and Video Distribution, Kritikal Records|
|Associated acts||Bizzy Bone,|
Playalitical (born Dustin Robbins March 07 1982 in Denver,CO) is an American rap artist and producer and the owner of Illuminated Entertainment Group. Known for his deep raspy voice, traditional lyricism, and word play he discusses lived stories. He's done songs with Snoop Dogg, E40, Young Joc, The Game, Lil Flip and Chino XL as well as produced albums for Bizzy Bone, Young Droop, Lighter Shade of Brown and Zig Zag of NB Ridaz.
Released in 2006 and re-released in 2007 on a larger retail scale Playalitical's "Code Green" album is now respectively recognized as his debut album and first release. Although it was essentially his 4th solo album and 7th CD if you count the underground mixtapes and compilations. Playalitical was far from a new artist in 2006. He had already built a solid fan base in the midwest between a total of 6 releases.
2006 was the milestone for Playalitical's professional career. He signed Bizzy Bone, member of the multi-platinum Grammy Award winning rap group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony to his label for a one album record deal. Produced in its entirety by Playalitical, Bizzy Bone's The Midwest Cowboy album was released July 11, 2006 through Real Talk Ent.. After this and the release of his Code Green album he moved on to produce the "King Me" album for rap artist Young Droop, which was later released Feb 12 2008. Towards the end of the year he and moviestar/rapper Chino XL began working on a group album together entitled "Something Sacred" which was released January 15, 2008.
In 2001 Playalitical released his 1st underground rap album entitled "The Fa. Q". To date he has released 4 solo albums, 4 compilations and has done 1 group album called "Something Sacred" with Movie Star and Rap musician Chino XL. Playalitical has produced numerous other albums for artist's like Ala Wrek, Young Droop, Bizzy Bone, Duce Stabs and Spoke-In-Wordz. In 2007 he signed a none exclusive label deal with the distribution company Select-O-Hits mostly known for platinum recording artist's like Jimmy Buffett, Kieth Bryant, Three Six Mafia, Haystak and more. The Code Green album was re-released by Select-O-Hits. In 2011 He produced the Lighter Shade of Brown album "It's A Wrap" released 11-18-2011, "Call Me Over" was the single featuring Playalitical and NB Ridaz. on Feb 12 2012 rap artist Young Droop and Playalitical released a group album entitled "Chosen Children" a digital only EP. He released 3 free digital mixtapes on datpiff, soundcloud and other sites then dropped the solo album "Wedding Band" in 2016.
|Political Playboy Music
|Bizzy Bone - The Midwest Cowboy
|Young Droop - King Me
|Duce Stabs - Im So Screwed
|Ala Wrek - Wreckonize
|Spoke-In-Wordz - Word Play
|Lighter Shade Of Brown - It's A Wrap
| Catch The Buzz Vol 1
|Catch The Buzz Vol 2
|Denver's Most Wanted Vol 3
|Catch The Buzz Vol 3
|Year||Singles||U.S. Hot 100||U.S. R&B||U.S. Rap||Album|
|2006||"Doin It Wrong" (with Bizzy Bone)||-||-||73||Code Green: Operation Takeover|
|2006||"Its Goin Down[Remix]" (Yung Joc featuring Playalitical)||3||1||1||New Joc City|
|2006||"Thugz Need Love Too" (Bizzy Bone featuring Playalitical)||-||71||27||Midwest Cowboy|
|2006||"Its Been One" (featuring Lil Flip)||-||-||61||Code Green|
|2007||"Buy U A Drank[REMIX] " (T-Pain featuring Playalitical & Yung Joc)||92||37||18||T-Pain|
- Dave Herrera, Published: December 23, 2004...the beatdown. got glued into my subconscious the moment I heard it.
- Michael Roberts, Published: June 8, 2006 ...big-timers. He holds his own in the presence of the Game, who guests on "Fade Away
- Saturday, June 16, Published: June 14, 2007...Music had to choose one act to represent Denver.
- Street Hop Magazine, Published: January 14, 2008...Music Press Release for Something Sacred
- rapreviews.com, Published: April 15, 2008...Music Album Review