Ludacris, ‘#IDGAF’ – Mixtape Review
Just in time for the Memorial Day weekend, Ludacris drops his new mixtape, ‘#IDGAF.’ The 10-track collection features the Atlanta rhymer spitting braggadocio punchlines over head-nodding beats.
Luda’s previous singles, ‘If I Ain’t F’d Up’ and the Young Jeezy-assisted ‘Raised In the South,’ are on here but there are a few new bangers worth checking out.
On the DJ Mustard-produced ‘Hell of a Night,’ the Atlanta rapper gets mischievous over the minimalist production. On ‘Speak Into the Mic,’ Luda metaphorically compares the rap industry to that of a stripper at Magic City.
As for the title track, ‘IDGAF,’ Ludacris tosses off mindless raps about not caring what people thinks of his ballin’ lifestyle.
But the standout tracks are the trippy ‘She a Trip’ and the all-star posse track, ‘Mad Fo.’
Mac Miller joins the Atlanta rhymer to talk about a woman whose alluring personality is so addictive.
Ludacris’ ‘#IDGAF’ mixtape should hold fans over until he finally releases his long-awaited eighth album, ‘Ludaversal.’
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