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Red Light District album for sale by Ludacris was released Dec 07, 2004 on the Def Jam label. It's fitting that Ludacris would unveil one of the last major albums of 2004. Red Light District buy CD music He is one of the wittiest personalities in hip-hop, only rivaled in the one-liner department by Eminem, and the most downright fun rapper in the business. Ludacris opens with a wry rant on the industry, a common theme, but he uniquely combines the self-aware eye of a writer with the continually scheming nature of a hustler. Red Light District CD music contains a single disc with 15 songs. ...See Full Description
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Well done, talented voice, not overdone.
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Red Light District CD music personally i like most of the cd ludacris is one of the best rappers so as far as the lyrics go i assure u u will noy be dissapointed.
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||One of the best Ludacris albums ever!|
Red Light District buy CD music This is a great cd. He really must have spent a lot of time on this one. I really enjoy it. Thanks Luda!
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||Luda is da man|
Red Light District songs everything that luda does is crazy. i loved his first and i will love him till his last. (hopefully that aint too soon).
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|CD Universe Part number||6798243|
|Release Date||Dec 07, 2004|
|Producer||Timbaland; DJ Green Lantern; Salaam Remi; DJ Toomp; L. T. Moe; Donnie Scanz; Icedrake; Medicine Men; Craig King; TicToc; DK All Day; Needlz; James "Polow Da Don" Jones; Organized Noize; Timbaland; DJ Green Lantern; Salaam Remi; DJ Toomp; Heazy|
|Engineer||DJ Quik; Demacio Castellon; Dale "Rambro" Ramsey; Bryan "B" Baldwin; David Jimenez Lopez; Medicine Men; James M. Wisner; Brian Frye; Craig King; Wonder Arillo; Josh Monroy; Joey P.; Needlz; Scott Kieklak; Charnessa Jones; Jimmy Douglass; Kevin Crouse; Mark Valentine; Sean Davis|
|Recording Time||64 minutes|
Ludacris - rap vocals
Keri Hilson - background vocals
Organized Noize - programming
Sleepy Brown - keyboards
Dolla Boy - vocals
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Tha Carter CD (2004)
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