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Ludacris Tickets

The Atlanta-based rapper Ludacris has achieved  a considerable degree of commercial and critical success for his "not-for-the-faint-of-heart" lyrics.

The History of Ludacris Tickets

Born Christopher Bridges, Ludacris grew up in Champaign, Illinois, where he often entertained his parents and his parents' friends as a child. He and his family moved to Atlanta when he was 12. He graduated in 1995 from high school and enrolled in Georgia State University, where he majored in music business. He eventually dropped out of college to pursue music. It was at this time that he also created his stage name, Ludacris.

He credits Q-Tip, Rakim, Richard Pryor, Eddie Murphy and Cheech and Chong as his early influences. After sending in a demo tape to Atlanta's Hot 97FM radio, he won an internship to the radio station and began recording promotional spots. He eventually began his own primetime radio show.

In 1998, Ludacris got his first break when Timbaland hired him to work on his single, "Fat Rabbit" from his 1998 album Tim's Bio. Ludacris soon decided to release his own first record. The album, entitled Inconegro, was released in 2000; this turned into a record deal with Def Jam Records.

Def Jam Records then re-released Inconegro as Back for the First Time in 2000, and was considered a "breath of fresh air on the serious hip-hop scene."

He followed up that release with Word of Mouf the next year and worked with a number of big names on that album, including Swizz Beat, Timbaland and Mystikal. He released three more albums over the next four years, including Fridge, Chicken-n-Beer and Red Light District.

Ludacris has also appeared in several films, including 2 Fast 2 Furious, Hustle and Flow and Crash.

Ludacris Tickets: What to Expect

Ludacris has achieved a considerable amount of critical success and has won a Grammy Award for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration in 2004, a Grammy Award for Best Rap Album in 2006 and Best Rap Song in 2006. His songs range from lighthearted and fun to serious, and most of his songs have had to be edited just to be played on the radio because of their profane, often vulgar, lyrics.

Ludacris Tickets: Who Should Attend?

Considered to be part of the "Dirty South" group of rappers, Ludacris' lyrics are not for children, and they often contain words and material that is suited only to mature audiences.

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