Ludacris Teams with Slaughterhouse for 'Furious' Collaboration

  /  04.03.2011


Fasten your seatbelts. Ludacris and Slaughterhouse are revving up to release a new collaboration for the upcoming Fast Five movie.

Luda and the Shady Records signees trade verses on “Furiously Dangerous,” the lead single from the soundtrack to the fifth installment in The Fast and the Furious series. The explosive track, created especially for the film, also features singer Claret Jai. The Latin and hip-hop-influenced soundtrack speeds into stores on May 3 and includes a remix to Don Omar’s “How We Roll” with Busta Rhymes, Reek da Villian, and J-doe.

In addition to lending his rap skills, Luda reprises his role in the racing flick, in theaters April 29. “That movie is amazing. I guarantee you, if not No. 1, it will be top three movies of this year,” boasted the actor-turned-rapper, who recently returned to the studio to work on his next album Ludaversal.


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