Ludaversal in stores today and after a hellified intro, you may be reeled in to see what the album is all about. I’ma skip ahead to the R&B collabs as well, with Luda and a singer usually making for a good contrast. He’s got Miguel, Monica, and Usher on this one. Plus, Big K.R.I.T. for a southern rap track that’s a natural fit. Chicago’s Da Internz producing track #02 btw…
1. “Ludaversal Intro”
2. “Grass Is Always Greener”
3. “Call Ya Bluff”
4. “Lyrical Healing”
5. “Beast Mode”
6. “Viagra (Skit)”
7. “Get Lit”
8. “Come and See Me (Interlude)”
9. “Come and See Me” (Feat. Big K.R.I.T.)
10. “Good Lovin” (Feat. Miguel)
11. “Ocean Skies” (Feat. Monica)
12. “Not Long” (Feat. Usher)
13. “Charge It To the Rap Game”
14. “This Has Been My World”
(Now that Luda’s got a song with ‘Lit’ in it… can we retire the word? Getting kinda lame #jussayin #noshots)
Ludacris ‘Ludaversal’ (Album Stream)
ICYMI: Ludacris on the #BieberRoast (Full Video)
Trinidad James brings in Big K.R.I.T. for a lyrical, thought provoking record off his upcoming No One Is Safe project due out January 20th. I was surprised to hear this type of record from Trinidad and not surprised that K.R.I.T. did his thing. Listen below:
Last night, Big K.R.I.T. was Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show musical guest and alongside Raphael Saadiq and The Roots, he performed his single “Soul Food” to the audience, donning an Andre 3000 jumpsuit tee. Doesn’t that all sound like good ingredients for the video above?
Some dark visuals for the Cadillactica fave “Soul Food”. Diggin’ the dark lighting throughout.
With ‘Cadillactica’ hitting stores yesterday, so does this hard bonus track “Let It Show”. Nasty beat, by DJ Dahi, with K.R.I.T.’s high intensity to match. This one may connect to even the casual listener and if you’re further reeled in, watch his new interview with The Breakfast Club, and of course: stream/cop the album.
ICYMI: Big K.R.I.T. “Cadillactica” [Music Video]