Tell me if yall feeling it?
Tell me if yall feeling it?
Ludacris went coastal on his new video. ‘My Chick Badâ€™ is from Ludaâ€™s new album â€˜Battle of the Sexesâ€™, which is in stores now! The chicks were on point. Check it out! What do you think about it?
Our homie, Ludacris is on top the national sales chart with his latest, “Battle of the Sexes.” Luda used his Twitter account to pose a dailyÂ ” battle of the sexes” question about sex and relationships to his followers.Â Â I think this will add varietyÂ to hip hop because he exploredÂ the battleline between the men and women. Â I must admitÂ using Twitter was brilliant.Â This is his third No.Â 1 album and the first rap collection since Jay-Z’s “Blueprint” logged 2 weeks back in September.Â Luda’s album sold 137,00o copies. Big shout out to our homie Luda… Here are some pictures of him on Regis and Kelly where he filled in for regis being the first “real” rapper to host the show. P.S. I know the pic’s are boot-legged, but you get the point… LOL
Ludacris and conservative talk show host Bill O’Reilly appear to have put their long-running feud behind them. Ludacris told RadarOnline.com that he extended a hand of friendship to O’Reilly at a recent event. The rapper said, quote, “The first thing I said to him was, ‘I want to meet the guy who has had so much to say about me, but knows absolutely nothing about me.” READ MORE
Luda and Ryan Cameron teamed up to host one of the worlds biggest step shows over the weekend in the ATL. The nationwide Sprite Step Off competition is a six-part series, titled Sprite Step Off, followed six step teams from fraternities and sororities across the country as they prepare for the regional rounds of the Sprite Step Off competition while learning steps and beats as well as juggling round-the-clock rehearsals and family, friends and school demands. Drake, Monica, Chilli, Devine Stephens, Lil Chuckee and many more all took part in the big step show..
Each team competed for a chance to win one of two $100,000 scholarships at the eventâ€™s national final. The combined prize pool of the Sprite-sponsored event amounts to $1.5 million in scholarships. In a interview Luda said:
“I love that MTV2 and Sprite are giving a Step competition national exposure and introducing this creative dance form to an audience outside of the urban college landscape,” the entertainer said about the half-hour series, which was shot on location at college campuses around the country. “The teams competing on the show are not only dedicated but diverse and will take Step competitions to a new level.”
The Show was also produced by my homies Tracey Baker-Simmons and Wanda Shelley who are producers, best known as one of the pioneers of urban reality television and Owner of Simmons-Shelley Entertainment
Fraternities and sororities featured on Sprite Step-Off include Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.; Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.; Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.; Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.; Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.; and Zeta Tau Alpha.
Justin Bieber just shot his new video Baby featuring Ludacris. Â That’s a good look for the homie Luda all the little kids are going to be loving Luda cause they see him with Justin. I really don’t see what all the fuss is about and why almost every child in the US is almost willing to cut off a arm to cop a feel of Bieber. But hey I’m just hating, Â “He’s getting money Ohhhh”..
What yall think?
Shawty Lo‘s New video “A-Town” came out today. This is the video to his single â€œAtlanta, GAâ€, which features Ludacris, The Dream and Gucci Mane. The trio held it down for incarcerated rapper Gucci Mane, as did other local artists and producers who made cameo appearances such as Cee-Lo, Big Gipp, Soulja Boy, Mike Bigga (formerly Killer Mike), Wacka Flocka, Yung Ralph, Insane Wayne and Zaytoven.
Here are some of the pictures from the shoot … Click Here To See The Rest Of The Pic’s
Shawty Lo shot the video to his single “Atlanta, GA”, which features Ludacris, The Dream and Gucci Mane on Tuesday, January 5th at various locations in Atlanta, although the video culminated at Club Crucial. The trio held it down for incarcerated rapper Gucci Mane, as did other local artists and producers who made cameo appearances such as Cee-Lo, Big Gipp, Soulja Boy, Mike Bigga (formerly Killer Mike), Wacka Flocka, Yung Ralph, Insane Wayne and Zaytoven.
The single is from Shawty Lo’s mixtape “Fright Night” assisted by DJ Scream, DJ Drama and DJ Whoo Kid, which he released on Halloween 2009. Â Before releasing his sophomore album I Am Carlos, the rapper plans on dropping another DJ Scream mixtape entitled I’m Da Man, Part 4. Â Additionally, Shawty Lo has been working on his new cologne “LO Seduction” in store shelves this Spring, a new liquor deal and his foundation L.O.L.O (Loving Our Little Ones). Go Shawty Go!