New Music: Ludacris – ‘If I Ain’t Fu**ed Up’

If I Ain't Fucked Up

Following his “Raised in the South” collaboration with Young Jeezy last week, Ludacris drops the second installment in his #IDGAFFridays series.

On the Metro-produced “If I Ain’t Fucked Up,” the Atlanta rapper gets super turnt up after smoking and drinking (sizzurp included) all night.

“If I ain’t fucked up, I don’t feel right,” he raps on the adrenaline-fueled banger, which will appear on his mixtape, DTP Presents: I Don’t Give a Fuck.

Set the weekend off right with some new Luda.

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Rihanna Kicks It Backstage with T.I., Young Jeezy, & Ludacris in Atlanta

Rihanna and T.I.

Rihanna invaded Atlanta on her “Diamonds World Tour” last night and some famous fans were in the audience. T.I. and his wife Tiny kicked it backstage with the “Stay” singer, who just became the first artist in Billboard’s history to land 10 No. 1s on the Pop Songs radio airplay chart.

“Me & @badgalriri merkin shit back-stage after da #diamondsworldtour …. My lil patna gave it to dey ass tonight!!! Shawty #turnttodamax!!!! #dastrongway!!!!” tweeted the King.

Jermaine Dupri brought his daughter Shaniah (who also met A$AP Rocky), while Young Jeezy and Ludacris showed the pop princess some love.

After the concert at Philips Arena, RiRi hit up Magic City with Tiny and her girlfriends, throwing cash as strippers danced to “Pour It Up.”

See video from the girls’ night out below.

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New Music: King Los f/ Diddy & Ludacris – ‘Disappointed’

Becoming King

King Los rounds up his Bad Boy boss Diddy and Ludacris on “Disappointed,” the last leak off his mixtape Becoming King, due April 25. Over the Dot & Pro production, Diddy boasts about burning money, Los raps about his new son, and Luda spits about his sex game (“She just got baptized, I Ludachristened her”).

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New Music: Ludacris f/ Young Jeezy – ‘Raised in the South’

Raised in the South

After heating up the bedroom with Kelly Rowland on “Representin,” Ludacris reps for Atlanta on “Raised in the South.” He teams with fellow ATLien Young Jeezy on the Metro-produced street banger off his upcoming mixtape I Don’t Give a Fuck.

“Keep my name out your motherfuckin’ mouth ’cause I was raised in the motherfuckin’ south,” commands Luda, who stars in the upcoming movie Fast & Furious 6, in theaters May 24.

Ludacris is also prepping his album Ludaversal for release later this year.

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Video: Justin Bieber f/ Ludacris – ‘All Around the World’

Ludacris and Justin Bieber

What’s it like to be one of the biggest pop stars on the planet? Justin Bieber jets across the globe, playing show after show on his “Believe” tour in the video for “All Around the World,” the latest release from his 2012 album Believe.

The live performance clip shows the 19-year-old singer on stage in Paris, Madrid, and New York, where he meets up with Ludacris at the famed Apollo Theater. He gets mobbed by fans as he drives through the streets and shows off his dance moves.

Grab your passport and take a trip with the Biebs.

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Ludacris Presents ‘That’s Ludicrous!’ Sketch on ‘Conan’

That's Ludicrous

During Conan O’Brien’s visit to Atlanta, ATL’s own Ludacris stopped by the talk show. The hip-hop mogul participated in a sketch in front of the live audience. He read off some bizarre headlines, ending each with the catchphrase, “Now that’s ludicrous!”

Luda has been busy working on his new album Ludaversal as well as Fast & Furious 6, which hits theaters on May 24.

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Jay-Z, Mariah Carey, Usher, Ludacris, & Nelly Salute So So Def at 20th Anniversary Concert

Jay-Z and J.D.

Everyone from Jay-Z to Mariah Carey came out to celebrate 20 years of hits at So So Def’s anniversary concert in Atlanta on Saturday night. So So Def founder Jermaine Dupri put on for his city at ATL’s Fox Theatre with a night full of stars and surprises. The historic event featured performances from past and present So So Def artists including Bow Wow, Da Brat, Anthony Hamilton, Dondria, Jagged Edge, Xscape, and more.

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