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From Thug to Thespian: The Style Evolution of Ludacris

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Since he first arrived on the music scene in the late 90s Christopher Brian Bridges, a.k.a Ludacris, has maintained a consistent and healthy career.

The former radio host broke out with major hits like “Southern Hospitality” and “What’s Your Fantasy” and hasn’t looked back since. He went on to plant his feet firmly on the ground as a talented, multi-platinum rapper, songwriter, actor and philanthropist. He’s also managed to do it all under the radar, as in, your rarely hear about beef surrounding him or other gossip.

As his sound matured over the years, so did Luda’s style. He first came out with braids, a big afro, baggy jeans and loud colors. Even his demeanor and his poses in pictures seemed youthful, cocky and aggressive.

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