Friday, October 7, 2011

Ludacris adds Rick Ross and Meek Mill to "1.21 Gigawatts," pushes Mixtape Back

By The Hip Hop Writer
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer

Initially, Ludacris intended to release a new album before the end of 2011. Early in his career, Ludacris used to release a new album each year. However, his additional roles as an actor and CEO have limited this.

By 2006, Ludacris had plans of retiring from the rap game, completely. However, Ludacris had promised fans a collaborative album with Shawnna. In 2008, Ludacris released his Theater of the Mind album and had Ciniplex planned too.

In the middle of those albums was to be Battle of the Sexes, but Shawnna left DTP while recording the album. Ludacris decided to use the album as a solo release. While recording, he fell back in love with the music and the album was a success.

Initially, Ludacris planned to release his Ciniplex, now Ludaversal, album in 2011. First, Ludacris wanted to deliver a mixtape, 1.21 Gigawatts. Because of his busy schedule, Ludacris had had to delay the mixtape several times. With plans of releasing the mixtape on October 12, Ludacris has pushed it back to add three more songs, and also collaborations with Rick Ross and Meek Mill.

Ludacris now has plans of releasing 1.21 Gigawatts on November 15 and his album will be released sometime in 2012.


  © Blogger templates The Professional Template by 2008

Back to TOP