Ludacris’ Ludaversal is set to drop March 31st and with Luda already giving us a taste of “Call Ya Bluff,” “Beast Mode,” the K.R.I.T. featured “Come and See Me,” and most recently "Charge It to the Rap Game" we’re getting a good idea of where the album will go. Luda is now sharing the visuals from his first single "Call Ya Bluff' which ya'll can peep after the jump.
Ludacris' Ludaversal is set to drop March 31st and with Luda already giving us a taste of "Call Your Bluff," "Beast Mode," and the K.R.I.T. featured "Come and See Me" we're getting a good idea of where the album will go. But seeing as Luda is all about the fans he's sharing another cut in "Charge It to the Rap Game." Listen to it after the jump.
Ludacris' Ludaversal is arriving March 31st and so far we've gotten "Call Ya Bluff" and "Beast Mode" but perhaps the biggest track Luda can drop from the album is right here: "Come and See Me" featuring Big K.R.I.T. The track is also produced by super-producer Mike WiLL Made It. Get at it after the jump.
Ludacris will be dropping his new studio album Ludaversal March 31st and he’s sharing “Beast Mode” as the second single following "Call Ya Bluff." Listen to the new track "Beast Mode” from Ludaversal after the jump.
Ludacris will be dropping his new studio album Ludaversal March 31st and he's sharing "Call Ya Bluff" as a single. The track arrives after Ludacris has shared his "One Time" freestyle. Listen to "Call Ya Bluff" after the jump.
When he's not busy filming car chases or being an all-around baller in Hollywood Ludacris spends his off time spitting freestyles over the hottest radio/street singles. I mean, he practically dominated that lane last year with such hit freestyles/remixes as "Hot N***a," "Tuesday," "Numbers on the Board," and "CoCo." And now with his full length album Ludaversal on the way (out March 31st) Luda is sharing another new freestyle for 2015. This time he's ripping Migos' newest smash "One Time." Get at it after the jump.
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.
Luda trying to capture that fist pumping/glow stick crowd. Hey, whatever you can do so sell records these days.