The Latin pop singer took the Nokia Theatre to church with “I Like How It Feels”. Afterwards, Ludacris joined him and took us hip-hop lovers to the club with their collabo, “Tonight (I’m Fuckin’ With You)”.
If you run your mouth, Ludacris is gon’ run your pockets. Awhile back, he mentioned that Bill O’Reilly extended an olive branch, after running into him at a White House fundraiser. He was coy as to what followed, but told Sway In The Morning on Shade 45 that Bill later cut him a check for his foundation. Bada boom!
Big Sean spoke with Seattle’s KUBE 93 radio yesterday and gave his reaction to Luda’s “Bada Boom“. On the track, ’Cris throws shots at him and Drake.
Ludacris released his new mixtape yesterday and quickly became the talk of the town. On the track “Bada Boom“, Luda allegedly disses—ah fuck it, he’s going at Big Sean and Drake. Last year, both rappers blamed him for killing the “Supa Dupa Flow”.
At the beginning of record, producer Wonder samples a scene from the movie, The Fifth Element starring actress Milla Jovovich. She later tweeted how cool the song was. Big bada co-sign.
Luda’s back for the first time (again) for his new mixtape. According to Luda, this is his first tape in over a decade with original music. Download below.
The Smokers Club Tour rolled through Atlanta last night and during Big K.R.I.T.’s performance, he brought out Luda and 2 Chainz for “Country Shit” and “Money On The Floor” respectively.
This past weekend, Luda stopped by V-103 in ATL with Lil Bankhead and DJ Infamous. To celebrate the upcoming release of his new mixtape, 1.21 Gigawatts he debuted a batch of new records. Watch out for the tape dropping tomorrow.
Ludacris and Meek Mill are the two guys behind the masks for their new clip and Grind HD and Exclusive Access gives us our first look. Find this Juicy J-produced track on Luda’s 1.21 Gigawatts in two days. Better watch what you say.
This past Wednesday, Ludacris held a listening session at do Restaurant At The View in Atlanta for his upcoming mixtape 1.21 GigaWatts. If you’re keeping score, Luda says it’s his first tape (of original music) in over a decade. Project drops next Tuesday, November 15th.