"Charge It To The Rap Game" - Ludacris (Prod. !llmind) [YouTube Audio Stream + Lyrics]

Sebastien Francois

by Sebastien Francois

Published March 25, 2015

For all you aspiring rap artists, Ludacris is dropping some gems in his new song "Charge It To The Rap Game." The !llmind-produced track will be featured on his upcoming album, Ludaversal.

"Charge It To The Rap Game" is similar to Luda's 2006 song "Tell It Like It Is," which was featured on his sixth album Release Therapy. In the track, he discussed the downside of the music industry. "Charge It To The Rap Game" features the same message. The DTP boss raps about his personal, negative experiences being a high-profiled rapper. Everything from being misquoted in magazines to dealing with fast, yet treacherous women is covered on the track. And let's not forget about Q-Tip's "Industry rule number four thousand and eighty: Record company people are shady." Ludacris raps:

Where do I begin
Well, the industry shady not everybody is your friend
I had to learn that shit the hard way
In and out bogus contracts since before I was rapping in the hallway

This is the third single from Luda's upcoming album, and probably the best lyricism we've heard from it yet. The previous tracks released were "Come And See Me" featuring Big K.R.I.T. and "Call Ya Bluff."

Pre-order Ludaversal on Amazon (CD, MP3).

For more music, news, videos, and tour dates from Ludacris, visit his Zumic artist page.


Source: LudacrisVEVO

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