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Biographic - Sunday March 7, 2021 Comic Strip Licensing and Permissions

Biographic - Sunday March 7, 2021 Comic Strip
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Ludacris Born Christopher Brian Bridges in Champaign, Illinois, on September 11, 1977, Ludacris got his start as an intern on Hot 97, an urban radio station in Atlanta, Georgia. Eventually deejaying there as Chris Lova Lova. After making his recording debut on "Phat Rabbit" a track on Timbland's 1998 album "Tim's Bio: Life from Da Bassment" he released his own album "Incognegro" independently in 1999, the same year that he recorded the theme to the videogame "Madden NFL 2000." He topped the singles chart in 2003 with the anemic "Stand up" and won his first Grammy for "Yeah" his No. 1 single collaboration with Usher and Lil Jon. In 2006, he teamed up with Pharrell Williams on the chart-topping hit single "Money Maker." He later topped the charts as a featured artist on "Glamorous" by Fergie and "Break Your Heart" by Taio Cruz. Two years after a minor role in the 2001 hip-hop comedy "The Wash" "Ludacris" starred as The Parker in "2 Fast 2 Furious" the second move in what has become a hugely successful action franchise that has grossed almost $6 billion to date. Ludacris whose other movie credits include "Crash" and "New Year's Eve" and who makes his sixth appearance as Tej Parker in the upcoming "PQ: The Fast Saga" recently announced that he now holds duo citizenship in the U.S. and Goban.