Ludacris ft. Chris Brown & Sean Garrett - What Them Girls Like

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Ludacris , Club
Featuring:
Producer:
Darkchild
Album:
Theater of the Mind

With Ludacris’s much-talked-about new studio album, Theater of the Mind, set to be released this fall, fans and DJs alike have been wondering when the album’s lead single would drop?  Well, the wait is over. Assisted by Chris Brown and Sean Garrett on the hook, What Them Girls Like kicks off the project and does so in typical Luda fashion: appealing to the clubs (check), appealing to the radio waves (check), and appealing to the ladies (check).  Bringing back the Indian flutes that Scott Storch and Timbaland used to rely on so heavily is producer Darkchild, who keeps the production simple in order for Cris’ crisp delivery and top-notch wordplay to shine from start to finish.  Theater of the Mind is set to drop November 11.

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