Yup, that’s a lot of names. It’s two tracks actually. The first is Luda spitting straight misogyny alongside Snoop with a hook from who else but Nate Dogg. Props to Luda on being versatile enough to do a West Coast track and sound natural doing it.
The second is off DJ Drama’s album Gangsta Grillz: The Album Vol. 2. Luda’s presence on the track eclipses both Willie’s and Busta’s. Even though Busta is the one known for the yowling and the ‘Woo Hah’s, Ludacris’ animated performance is the standout. And Mr. Thanksgiving (I’m pissed I didn’t come up with that nickname first) does the best screaming DJ voice since Kay Slay. Sorry Khaled.
And as a guilty pleasure, here’s Luda’s take on “Birthday Sex.” Listen to it. Nobody’s looking.
via Fake Shore Drive