When Stitched Together, Ludacris’ Ludaverses Is A Sharp Reminder Of Lyrical Prowess (Audio)

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For several weeks now, Ludacris has been dropping little tidbits of promotion. “Ludaverses” have been one and two-minute drops of the Atlanta, Georgia mainstay freestyling with tracks. On their own, these nuggets spoke to core DTP fans, especially those wanting to see the Def Jam Records superstar free from concept (Theater Of The Mind, Battle Of The Sexes), and back into flexing.

Now, Luda’ puts all of these moments as a mixtape. Just 20 minutes, the medium is debatable, but the content is not. If you’ve been yearning for some full-fledged Chris Bridges, this might just feel like home.

Think Luda’s got big plans for 2015? Ludaversal will release March 31.

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