Ludacris Has A Dope & Duplicitous Visual For Grass Is Always Greener (Video)

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From springtime’s Ludaversal, “Grass Is Always Greener” is one of the album’s highlights. In an LP that strips down some of Luda’s fame and fortune and gets back to the heart of why he raps, this song chronicles the tightrope that is celebrity, and happiness.

For the visual, Ludacris seems to play a tad on Neighbors, or the quite literal green grass of the next door neighbor’s lawn. Like his early 2000s videos, it’s captivating, memorable, and a great illustration of the lighthearted aspect of what the DTP founder really means:

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