As fly as they can be, Disturbing The Peace’s R&B trio brings out the bottles and models for their new video featuring Ludacris. Directed by Phil The God.
With a little motivation from Kelly Rowland, Luda disturbs the sheets on his latest single premiered yesterday on V-103. Here’s a radio rip courtesy of Hostalmalure. UPDATE:
Two weeks ago, Ludacris held his annual Luda Day Weekend in the A. Here’s a recap of the festivities including the
Ludacris held his 7th annual Luda Day Weekend during the Labor Day holiday in Atlanta. On Sunday, he took it to the Morehouse Forbes arena for the Team Luda vs. Team Hart charity game with the likes of Pusha T, Floyd Mayweather, Ma$e and more. Peep the photos here and Kevin Hart’s trash talking below.
K.R.I.T. hits the MPC drum machine and keeps the speakers bumping for his new visual with Ludacris. Directed by Decatur Dan. What U Mean you haven’t copped Live From The Underground yet? Get it now.
Ludacris sure knows how to throw a party. And for his new music video, directed by Aristotle, he gets things bouncing all over the place. Nice outfit Luda. Ha! Ludaversal coming soon.
Ludacris’ new video should be arriving any day now. But until it does, here’s unedited footage from the set. Directorial outfit, By Any Means were commissioned for the clip. And with their track record, the end result should be muy bueno.
Both Diddy and Ludacris keep their stacks by the bundles as they join Future for the remix. At the same damn time of course. Directed by Alex Nazari.
How’s this for disturbing the peace? For Luda’s
The energy was turnt up on the set of Future’s video shoot for his remix