Ludacris Says Big Sean Beef Is Squashed, New Album Is A "Spectrum Of Every Damn Thing"
Ludacris explains what fans can expect on his upcoming album.
Late last year, Ludacris dropped off his Big Sean diss track “Badaboom” where he flamed the rapper for jacking his flow. After Sean previously said that the beef is over and wished Luda “a great year,” Luda has finally spoken out about their reconciliation, telling Bootleg Kev that the two patched up their differences during a concert in Australia.
“We actually did, and I believe he just addressed it on BET. We had a show in Australia and actually got a chance to sit down,” he said.
Luda also spoke on his upcoming album Ludaversal, tentatively due September 11th. The Atlanta, Georgia native said that the album is a mix of everything, and while he wouldn’t name any of the producers who will make the LP, he said that he’s put in some work with Da Internz.
“You gon’ get a lot of that on this new album. You get the lyrical side, you get me taking it to a whole other level. Because I’ve been to the mountaintops, so it’s time to take it to outer space. We gon’ kill it,” he said. “The direction is, you say you like the lyrical Luda, of course you have the introspective Luda, you have the fun Luda, you have the storytelling Luda… It’s everything all balled in one, but it’s going to come together in an organized fashion and it’s going to be right. We just got hit singles for days, we got songs that you can just vibe to, I got songs that are straight lyrical… We got everything, so it’s a complete spectrum of every damn thing.”