Tunechi takes over.
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Tunechi takes over.
Catching feelings sure is easy nowadays.
Nothing but the trap with new tunes from DJ Infamous, Young Thug, Young Scooter and more.
Chris Lova Lova has returned.
The Chicago crooner's letting listeners try out his new album a few days early.
Luda's caught his fair share of flack in recent months for the quality of his music lacking the entertainment factor it once did.
Ludacris and his <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2013/03/sexy-eudoxie-pics">gloriously thick girlfriend Eudoxie</a> found themselves in the <a href="http://necolebitchie.com/2013/06/16/ludacris-involved-in-club-brawl-his-girl-bentley-and-chains-are-okay/">middle of a melee</a> Saturday night.
It's Friday, so this means another installment of Ludacris' #IDGAFFridays series.
Two-thirds of Atlanta's former "big three" (Tip being the other) reconvene to pay homage to life below the Mason-Dixon line on "Raised In The South.
MLB Network broadcaster Bob Costas discusses the time Ludacris name-dropped him in a song, and recites the verse.
Ludacris has got the perfect woman.
Besides the sub-zero temperatures on the east coast, few things make me yearn for summer more than an appearance by Future Vandross.
If you, like me thought that Big Boi's new track -- "In The A" -- was about butt sex, well, you, like me, were mistaken.
Big Boi's starting 2013 the same way he ended 2012 by promoting the living hell out of his newest album, Vicious Lies And Dangerous Rumors.
ESPN The Magazine's latest issue revolves around borderline Hall of Fame athletes and who deserves to make it and who doesn't.
Ludacris' "Tell Me What They Mad For" might not be well-received, thanks to poison darts provided by Pusha T.
During our <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2012/11/big-boi-vicious-lies-dangerous-rumors-album-preview">exclusive track-by-track preview</a> of Big Boi's Vicious Lies & Dangerous Rumors last week, we told you "In The A" was pretty much the hardest track on the LP.
Last time Cris dropped off a supposed Ludaversal single, I claimed the <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2012/05/new-music-ludacris-jingalin-prod-by-the-internz">rump-shaking jam</a> would make noise - then never heard it once afterwords.