Ludacris Releases New Track Called 'Call Ya Bluff'
. (Radio.com) Ludacris is bringing it back hard with the first single from the forthcoming Ludaversal. The track "Call Ya Bluff" is standard "you're on notice I'm making a comeback" fare-he's playing defense after being out of the game since his 2010 album.
He gives his stats (24 million sold, in case anyone was counting) and hurls insults abstractly, many of which include calling his adversaries women, be it calling them a ho, suggesting they're wearing women's clothing or straight up saying "hiding behind your security detail/acting like a female" and "got paid but your heart pump Kool-Aid/CoverGirl make-up should have signed you."
Meanwhile, his second verse advises that we shouldn't mess with him because he's got kids and he'll do anything in the world to protect them. Hold up. Someone should probably show Luda a diagram about where those kids came from, followed by a video of a woman giving birth. Listen here.
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