Best Ludacris Fighting Songs

#Helluvanight Indeed (WENN)
• June 17, 2013 4:46 pm


While T.I. may be the "Southern Jay-Z," the rapper from Atlanta who's been most successful copying Hov’s playbook is Ludacris. Like Shawn Carter, Chris Bridges used a successful rap career to spring into movies and liquor endorsements. If that’s not the American dream, I don’t know what is.

We forget that, before starring in the Fast & Furious franchise, Luda was responsible for engineering some of the greatest hip-hop songs to fight to.

Unfortunately, none of them was playing when Luda was pulled into a brawl at an Atlanta nightclub this weekend.

Since I appreciate a good playlist, here are a handful of Luda tracks that would have made this scuffle more intense and thus more Luda-pproriate.

"Act a Fool" is Luda’s greatest contribution to the Fast Franchise.

"Move Bitch" made it mainstream to start fights.

"Southern Hospitality," or "Throw Dem Bows," cannot be ignored. And by bows, he means punches.

With a series of photos and videos, Luda dispelled rumors that his head had been used as a bottle opener.

Leave it to Ludacris to sell music with a Twitter hashtag pegged to a bar fight.

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