”Nobody light-skinned rapped this hard since Ice-T,” boasts Luda on the name-dropping ditty ”Number One Spot.” Too bad such quick-witted punchlines are few on District. Half-crunk beats dominate while the Atlanta loudmouth largely trades in his playful personality for an unbecoming tough-guy posture. Ludacris, who’s at his best when he’s blithe (as on the West Coast bouncer ”Spur of the Moment”), should leave the gruff nonsense to Lil Jon.
Red Light District ''Nobody light-skinned rapped this hard since Ice-T,'' boasts Luda on the name-dropping ditty ''Number One Spot.'' Too bad such quick-witted ...Red Light DistrictHip-Hop/Rap ''Nobody light-skinned rapped this hard since Ice-T,'' boasts Luda on the name-dropping ditty ''Number One Spot.'' Too bad such quick-witted ...2004-12-06
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap; Lead Performer: Ludacris; Producer (group): Def Jam South
Posted December 6 2004 — 12:00 AM EST
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