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#TBT: What’s Ludacris Been Up To?

It’s Throwback Thursday and Ludacris might still be trying to recover from his Atlanta Falcons choking in the biggest game of the year. Super Bowl LI took a drastic turn for his hometown team, but let’s see what Luda has been up to as of late.

I think everyone knows Luda has been busy filming for Fast 8 – “The Fate of The Furious,” which hits theaters in two months. I’m sure starring in a movie is very time consuming but he’s also been up to a couple of other things as well.

He even created his own game, “Slang N Friendz,” which you can download here http://www.slangnfriendz.com/downloads.html. It’s a new and exciting multi player scrabble type word game with a slang dictionary where Luda awards bonus points when played. So basically it’s the Urban Dictionary of Word’s With Friends.

Luda hasn’t put anything out musically since Ludaversal in 2015, but he did appear on a feature with DJ Infamous on “Talk2Me.” What do you think of his verse?

And finally, Luda claims to have hoes in different “Area Codes,” his hit song featuring Nate Dogg. How many can you recognize? I’ve taken the time to break it down for you.

770/404 – Atlanta, 718/212 – New York City, 202 – Washington D.C., 901 – Memphis, 305 – Miami, 312 – Chicago, 313 – Detroit, 215 – Philadelphia, 803 – South Carolina, 757 – Virginia, 410 – Maryland, 504 – New Orleans, 972 – Dallas, 713 – Houston, 314 – Missouri, 201 – New Jersey, 213 – Los Angeles, 916 – Sacramento, 415 – San Francisco, 704 – North Carolina, 206 – Seattle, 808 – Hawaii, 216 – Cleveland, 702 – Las Vegas, 414 – Milwaukee, 317 – Indianapolis, 214 – Dallas, 281 – Houston, 334 – Alabama, 205 – Birmingham, 318 – Louisiana, 601 – Mississippi, 203 – Connecticut, 804 – Richmond, 402 – Nebraska, 301 – Maryland, 904 – Jacksonville, 407 – Orlando, 850 – Tallahassee, 708 – Illinois, 502 – Louisville. See map above.

 

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