Maybach Music Group leader Rick Ross, Big K.R.I.T., Usher and more have rallied up support for rap star Ludacris‘ upcoming Ludaversal album.

Luda’s new tracklisting surfaced online this week and shows a few R&B collabos.

1. “Ludaversal Intro”
2. “Grass Is Always Greener”
3. “Call Ya Bluff”
4. “Lyrical Healing”
5. “Beast Mode”
6. “Viagra (Skit)”
7. “Get Lit”
8. “Come and See Me (Interlude)”
9. “Come and See Me” (Feat. Big K.R.I.T.)
10. “Good Lovin” (Feat. Miguel)
11. “Ocean Skies” (Feat. Monica)
12. “Not Long” (Feat. Usher)
13. “Charge It To the Rap Game”
14. “This Has Been My World”

Deluxe Edition:
15. “Money” (Feat. Rick Ross)
16. “Problems” (Feat. Cee Lo Green)
17. “In My Life” (Feat. John Legend)
18. “Burning Bridges” (Feat. Jason Aldean) (Miss Info TV)

Check out the project’s deluxe edition cover on the next page…

Last week, Luda fully explained why the new LP would be his most personal release to date.

“I strategically kept my personal life out of my music for the sole reason of having longevity in the music industry because when you give it all you don’t really have too much to talk about and you got to start making up stuff or you have to go out and create drama to talk about in you music. I’m one of those individuals that’s fortunate to have a funny side because comedy, you can draw from real life situations but it doesn’t have to be real. I might have started doing that the first five or six albums and giving little bits and pieces of my real life.” (Revolt TV)

Luda also promised he would set the record straight for fans dying to learn the truth about his personal life.

“So Ludaversal is a play off of words, universal so this album is definitely letting people in on my personal life. And my personal life has never been exposed more than it has in the past two years. Now don’t believe everything you’ve been hearing from the people that’s been trying to tell you what the news is. You need to believe what is on this Ludaversal album because it’s coming straight from the horse’s mouth.” (Revolt TV)

Last year, ‘Cris said scheduling and his involvement in the popular Fast & Furious series kept the LP shelved.

“We’re thinking around November. We’re putting a single out this month and we’re hoping for November. We’re getting all our ducks in a row. Again, it’s right now as I do another movie, the whole thing with Fast & Furious and how we had to stop production and start again. There was a whole plan to drop the album when I had time and then the whole movie got pushed back seven months. So I want to make sure there is a clear lane for me to just focus on music and go out and promote, as opposed to just dropping an album and not being able to back it up.” (Billboard)

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