He has his own charity called the Ludacris Foundation.
He collects model cars.
His trademarks were his braids until he cut them off in 2007.
He did a song with Chingy and Bobby Valentino called Gimme Dat.
He often writes his songs while driving.
In 2007, he made Forbes "Hot Cash Kings" list with $16 million in earnings.
He is good friends with Lorenz Tate.
He is featured in the remix to Alicia Keys' song Like You'll Never See Me Again.
He is of African-American and Native-American descent.
Ludacris is featured in Lloyd's song How We Do It (Round My Way).
Still drives his 1992 Acura Legend because it "keeps me grounded."
Is the CEO of Disturbing Tha Peace Records.
Attended Benjamin Banneker High in Atlanta, and Georgia State University.
He is the cousin of singer Monica and comedian Katt Williams.
Has a daughter named Karma.
Was dropped as a spokesperson for Pepsi after a protest by Bill O'Reilly.
Ludacris is 5'7".
Ludacris is nominated for "Best Actor" at the 2006 BET Awards.
Ludacris is nominated for the "Choice Movie Actor – Drama/Action Adventure" for the 2006 Teen Choice Awards.
On June 12th, 2006, Ludacris' "Red Light District" DVD was certified Gold.
As of 2005, Ludacris has appeared in 5 movies.
As of 2004, Ludacris has released a total of 5 albums.
Ludacris was the sixth rapper ever to make a guest appearance on the talk show Oprah. He talked about his appearance in an interview with GQ. He said that he was censored and he didn't think that Oprah respected his opinion.
On January 29, 2006, he was awarded with a Screen Actors Guild Award for "Best Cast in a Motion Picture" for his work in the film Crash.
In a recent issue of XXL, a hip-hop based magazine, Ludacris was placed in the number nine spot for the most anticipated albums of 2006. The album is set to be released in September.
Ludacris received his first Grammy Award with Usher and Lil Jon for their hit single "Yeah".
Ludacris' hit song "Act A Fool," is featured on 2003's 2 Fast 2 Furious soundtrack.
Ludacris' video for "Rollout (My Business)" was nominated for 3 Video Music Awards.
Ludacris is featured in People magazine's "Hottest Bachelors" of 2006.
Ludacris released "Word Of Mouf" at the end of 2001.
Ludacris released his major label debut, "Back for the First Time" in October 2000.
Geto Boys signed Ludacris in 2000 to Def Jam Recordings.
He made his recorded debut on "Phat Rabbit," a track from Timbaland's 1998 album "Tim's Bio: Life from the Bassment."
Ludacris began his career as DJ Chris Lova Lova on Hot 97.5 in Atlanta.
In 2005 was in both Crash and Hustle & Flow with Terrence Howard getting beat up by him in both movies.
Ludacris performed the intro on Madden 2000 for Playstation.
Ludacris: I really like to chill and watch movies. Spend time with my daughter, she's three years old. And I love to eat food, even though I can't cook with a damn.
Ludacris: I'm in the game to change music. I think that's what every artist should be in it for. I'm here to change the world or as Tupac said, spark the brain that changes the world. Set myself part. Be me.
Ludacris: I don't even go shopping anymore. All the gift bags from all the award shows I give away as presents.
Ludacris: (About the AIDS campaign he did) This campaign was about using my celebrity to make people aware of AIDS. I also have my own foundation to empower youth.
Ludacris: (On spelling his name wrong on the cover of a magazine) The editor of the magazine was supercool about it and the article was really great. In this business, you've just got to have a sense of humor.
Ludacris: (On being invited to the Academy Awards) I always knew I wanted to attend the Oscars, but I never knew it would happen so early in my life. I was just in my 20s. This letter was like a dream come true.
Ludacris: (On winning awards for the movie Crash) The Screen Actors Guild was the second award for Crash. At that point I knew, "Okay, this is for real. People are loving this movie."
Ludacris: (On his night on SNL) It was a great experience, but that hour and a half feels like 15 minutes. It's crazy.
Ludacris: I knew that sex sells, and the record sounded different, so I put that one out there, and it happened. The industry is all about hearing new sounds... I knew it would catch people's attention.
Ludacris: People are definitely respecting on what I've done on the Hollywood side of things. It's extremely hard to make that transition, so now that I'm here, I'm loving it.
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