Ludacris Calls His Unreleased Verse for Jadakiss' "Knock Yourself Out" Remix His All-Time Favorite

We have a missing Ludaverse situation on our hands.
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We have a missing Ludaverse situation on our hands.

Ludacris, inviting you to kiss his ring.

Fresh off his pre-game performance at the NBA All-Star Game this past Sunday, rapper-turned-actor-turned-TV-game-show-host Ludacris sat down for an interview with Ebro on Apple Music station Beats 1 on Thursday, discussing, among other things, the second season of Fear Factor, the next Fast & Furious flick (it will be released in 2020), and his favorite remix verse of all-time.

To Ebro's surprise, the remix verse Luda labeled as his all-time favorite has never been released.

"It was a Jadakiss record, 'Knock Yourself Out,'" Ludacris told Ebro, adding that he doesn't remember the reason why it was shelved.

Ludacris might not focus all of his time and attention on hip-hop these days—which, considering the guaranteed money in Hollywood and television compared to music streaming is a no-brainer—but for a good 10 years, from 2001 to 2011, the now 40-year-old MC was among rap's elite.

Luda's last full-length release, Ludaversal, came in 2015, featuring the Miguel-assisted single, "Good Lovin'."