17 Songs, 1 Hour

EDITORS’ NOTES

Ludacris’ fourth album finds the Atlanta rapper dropping some of his slickest bars and most bristly boasts yet. On tracks like “P - Poppin’” and “Hip Hop Quotables,” he rhymes over smoky, bass-heavy pimp-funk beats, while the raucous “Blow It Out” is a Southern-fried trunk-rattler. “Stand Up,” meanwhile, is one of his career highlights, as Luda unleashes hell and furiously fires off his trademark one-liners over a punishingly hard club beat from coproducer Kanye West.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Ludacris’ fourth album finds the Atlanta rapper dropping some of his slickest bars and most bristly boasts yet. On tracks like “P - Poppin’” and “Hip Hop Quotables,” he rhymes over smoky, bass-heavy pimp-funk beats, while the raucous “Blow It Out” is a Southern-fried trunk-rattler. “Stand Up,” meanwhile, is one of his career highlights, as Luda unleashes hell and furiously fires off his trademark one-liners over a punishingly hard club beat from coproducer Kanye West.

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