While Ciara is gearing up to take the radio airwaves by storm with her new Ludacris-assisted track, ‘Ride’, another song from the entertainer has surfaced. Similar to ‘Ride’, ‘Speechless’ was written and produced by The-Dream and Tricky Stewart. Ciara’s yet-untitled LP hits stores hits stores later this year. Check out the track below:
Ciara is in the middle of filming the music video for her new song ‘Ride’. The Tricky Stewart/The-Dream crafted track features Ludacris and serves as the first single from her upcoming album which hits stores later this year. Check some behind the scenes footage below:
The video for the remix of Ludacris‘ hit ‘My Chick Bad’ premiered a few moments ago. Featuring an all-female supporting line-up, consisting of Trina, Eve, Nicki Minaj, and Diamond, the TAJ-directed clip is actually pretty good – with each of the ladies looking on-poiny. Check it out above…
‘My Chick Bad’ is lifted from Luda’s new LP ‘Battle of the Sexes’, which is out now!
‘MTV Spring Break 2010′ is here. Crowds of drunk college students were entertained by the likes of Ludacris, Nicki Minaj, Trey Songz and Drake at the event held in Acapulco, Mexico. Check out the performances below:
Ahead of the release of his new LP ‘Battle of the Sexes’, Ludacris stopped by BET’s 106 & Park to perform the record’s 2nd single ‘My Chick Bad’ along with Diamond and Trina. Peep the performance above!
Mariah Carey has been a busy woman lately. Having just ended her ‘Angel’s Advocate’ US tour and preparing for the release of her similarly titled remix album, another track from her new project has surfaced. The remixed version of ‘Ribbon’ features the song’s co-writer, The-Dream, and rapper Ludacris. ‘Angel’s Advocate’ will be exclusively released via Target on March 30th. Give the song a listen below:
Ludacris premiered the video for his new song ‘My Chick Bad’ today. The clip, which features Nicki Minaj, is actually the first of two videos for the single. The second installment will be a remixed version featuring Eve, Trina and Diamond. Ludacris’ 7th studio album, ‘Battle of the Sexes’, hits stores on March 9th.
While the video is far from ground-breaking, it serves the track well. Minaj’s Freddy costume was actually a nice (and hilarious) touch. The beat on the record is ridiculously good and it’s obvious why the chose this as the followup to ‘How Low’ which peaked at #6 on the Billboard Hot 100.