In his two-decade career, Ludacris has had his fair share of hit tracks. Now, the 42-year-old rapper has revealed his top three in a recent interview with L.A.’s Big Boy’s Neighborhood.

“Obviously, currently ‘Move Bitch’ is gonna be one of the favourites because they using this in protests right now,” Ludacris said of the iconic track, which was recently used as a chant during a Black Lives Matter protest after police blocked the path of protestors.

“Something I would have never imagined in a million years. It’s one thing to be embedded in pop culture but movement culture, protest culture? That’s a whole different thing,” he said of the hit being used in in protests following the death of George Floyd.

Ludacris added that Big Boy’s favourite Ludacris song was also a part of his list, saying, “Throw them bows, ‘Southern Hospitality,’ is definitely on the top three Ludacris list.”

As for the rapper’s final pick, he went with one of biggest dancefloor bangers of the early 2000s.

“And then, man, this is such a hard decision but, it’s not even my song, but I have to say ‘Yeah,”‘ Ludacris revealed.

“Me, Usher, and Lil Jon, just because as soon as I heard that song, I instantly knew what it was going to do and how much of a hit it was,” he explained, “So, that’s two and a half Ludacris songs.”

The hip hop legend recently opened up about the effect Floyd’sdeath had on him, saying:

“I think what was most impactful for me [being there] was being able to see his [Floyd’s] family and hear from his family members,” Ludacris told CNN.

He continued, “It all comes back for the new generation. And that’s what I took from that is that we need to ensure and make sure that his children and all the children around the world have a better world to live in when they get to our age.”

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