For his second album, 'Word of Mouf,' Ludacris went all out with the illustration.

The cover features the Atlanta rhymer sporting a massive head of hair and holding a wad of cash as he poses next to a snarling pitbull. Now this is no ordinary canine, this dog has gold teeth in his mouth.

The artwork does represent the rapper's comedic nature and the free-spirited rhymes he often delivers in his songs.

The album was certainly all bark and bite -- it sold three million copies in the U.S. and boasts the chart-topping singles, 'Area Codes,' 'Saturday (Oooh, Ooh!)' and 'Rollout.'