In many ways, the early 2000s belonged to Ludacris. Within that time, the rapper was able to cross multiple platforms, making palatable music for varying tastes tinged with his trademark Dirty South sound.
Wiz Khalifa makes more than one appearance on the new "Furious 7" soundtrack, with a ballad featuring singer Charlie Puth, "See You Again," and the more upbeat "Go Hard Or Go Home" featuring Iggy Azalea.
Iggy Azalea is quickly becoming a mega success. The Australian-bred rapper has topped the charts with "Fancy" and her feature on Ariana Grande's "Problems", while her debut album The New Classic has been equally successful on the Billboard 200.
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