"Grass Is Always Greener" - Ludacris [YouTube Official Music Video]

Sebastien Francois

by Sebastien Francois

Published June 22, 2015

Ludacris battles his young alter ego in his latest fun-filled video for "Grass Is Always Greener." The song serves as the fifth single from his latest album, Ludaversal. You can watch it above, via YouTube.

The track shows Luda's struggles with his dual personality. In one line, he spits about loving a certain aspect of his life then in the next bar, he praises the complete opposite lifestyle. He raps in the first verse:

Did some movies and started missing this rap shit
Back to rap and starting missing them movies
Left these hoes to settle down with just one chick
Get with one chick started missing them groupies

The video reminds us of the 2014 film Neighbors, which features Seth Rogen dealing with his obnoxious neighbor, Zac Efron. The visuals give us a mature, family-oriented Luda living next door to a party-loving, woman-crazed version of himself. They bump heads throughout the video while admiring each other's lifestyle.

Purchase Ludaversal on Amazon (CD, MP3, Vinyl).

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


Source: LudacrisVEVO YouTube Channel

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