Ludacris hasn't put out an album since 2010's Battle of the Sexes, but although he's appeared in several big movies including the "Fast & Furious" franchise, he still seems to be having some financial issues.
The 2014 Billboard Music Awards are currently unfolding at MGM's Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, with Ludacris holding down hosting duties for the evening, his first time doing so for this particular event.
Hating is running rampant, and rappers are being attacked more frequently by seemingly unprovoked men more and more often. Last night, one of the friendlier dudes in the rap game, Ludacris, was attacked with a bottle at a night club in Atlanta.
Before we get to hear Ludacris' upcoming album, Ludaversal, the veteran Atlanta artist will be dropping an EP entitled Burning Bridges on December 16th. Announced back in October, the EP is thus far spotty on details, but today we received the somewhat literal artwork.
Ludacris is finding himself in some hot waters regarding a beach photo posted to the rapper's Instagram account this past Thursday. A shot of Perth's beautiful coastline, the seascape was posted on all of Ludacris' social media accounts to an estimated 28 million followers. The problem? The photo wasn't his to post.
After almost five years without any major retail releases, Ludacris finally returns today with a brand new EP. Now available for free via Google Play, Burning Bridges finds the DTP head honcho teaming up with some of the game's biggest hitmakers for some of his most personal records to date.
Recently rededicating himself to music, Ludacris is gearing up to release his eight studio album Ludaversal, and now has revealed the lead single will be called "Raised In The South" and he gets a big feature from a fellow ATL artist.
Ludacris has been releasing a new track every Friday for the last 5 weeks. The ATL rapper has now revealed the details of the project the tracks will live on. The #IDGAF Mixtape will arrive on May 24th as previously reported, and now has a tracklist and artwork to accompany it.
Disappointing as it may be, Ludacris may not have come up with the concept of his Trey Songz assisted single, "Sex Room" all by himself. Chicago rapper Marvo is claiming that he wrote the concept back in 2009, a year before Luda launched the song.
Ludacris is currently prepping his album Ludaversal for release in 2015, and today we've gotten some news about a single that will appear on the project. "Good Lovin" was produced by Da Internz and features Miguel on the hook.