Ludacris has been on a roll lately, dropping many hot freestyles. First it was the deliverance of the unexpected, renegading Bobby Shmurda's "Hot N***a", followed by Makonnen's "Tuesday", then he snapped on Pusha T's "Numbers on the Board". Most recently he hit up Jay Z's "Tom Ford" and now he's finally sharing some original content with "Good Lovin'" featuring contemporary R&B crooner, Miguel. The new track will serve as the first single off Luda's forthcoming Burning Bridges EP dropping in December. Listen after the jump.
Ludacris continues his streak of dropping fire freestyles over notable hip-hop tracks of the last year. After sharing the best "Hot N***a" freestyle and dropping his "Tuesday" freestyle, Luda went ahead and snapped on Pusha's "Numbers on the Board". Now he's gifting the fans with that braggadocios ish with "Tom Ford". Listen after the jump and be on the lookout for Luda's Burning Bridges EP dropping in December.
Ludacris has already excused his absence when he ripped Bobby Shmurda's "Hot N***a" a new one, then he proceeded to give Makonnen's smash hit "Tuesday" a bit of the ol' hardcore gangsta treatment it so desperately needed. So, we suppose it's only natural that Luda continues his recent streak by going off on another 'throwback' track. This time he's spitting bars over Pusha T's clicky-clanky industrial "Numbers on the Board" beat from his excellent My Name Is My Name album. Listen after the jump.
Ludacris has been on a roll lately. Bet you thought you'd never live to hear anyone say that again, huh? Well, it's true. After dropping a killer freestyle to Bobby Shmurda's "Hot N***a" (quite easily the best out of everyone who did a remix/freestyle) and Riff Raff's "Tip Toe Wing In My Jawwdinz" Luda is back for more. This time he delivers a freestyle over iLoveMakonnen's smash hit "Tuesday". Listen after the jump.
In case you've been wondering where Ludacris has been he excuses his absence at the beginning of his "Hot N***a" freestyle. And although Luda may seem a tad bit late to the party (Bobby Shmurda's "Hot N***a" was released as a single in July) he delivers a focused and downright aggressive freestyle. We must say, it's a welcome addition to all the lousy "Hot N***a" freestyles and remixes we've heard so far this year. Luda's still got it, that's for sure. Listen after the jump.
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