(AllHipHop News) Christopher “Ludacris” Bridges is perhaps now best known for his appearances in the billion-dollar The Fast and the Furious movie franchise.
However, Ludacris first became a national celebrity thanks to his lyrical abilities on albums such as Back for the First Time, Word of Mouf, and Chicken-n-Beer.
Vanity Fair caught up with the Atlanta rapper to get responses to Genius annotations for some of his biggest hit records.
Luda clarifies whether users of the website got the meaning behind his bars correct.
He addressed the Genius breakdowns for “Area Codes,” “Gossip Folks,” “Act A Fool,” “Stand Up,” “Good Lovin’,” and “Vitamin D.”
“The funny thing about these interpretations is you’re thinking even more into it than I was thinking,” said Ludacris. “I love that you guys think deeply and are really passionate about your favorite emcee’s lyrics.”