Today when I woke up I decided to ask myself, “Z, who do you think is the undisputed heavyweight champion of hip-hop? (And yes, I refer to myself in the third person all the time). Three names popped into my head: Lil’ Wayne, Kanye West, and Jay-Z. Without a doubt all three of my choices belong at the very top of this mock “undisputed” list, but there is a fourth selection I know could put up one helluva fight. Preparing for the late fall release of his sixth album this decade (that’s one every other year for all you non-math majors), Theatre of the Mind, Atlanta’s very own Ludacris is my underdog selection. Following his first two featured singles, What Them Girls Like and Wish You Could, Cris delivers the Floyd Mayweather-assisted and Don Cannon-produced banger, Undisputed. A video has already been shot for this single and will premiere soon.
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Written by DJ Z on 09/11/08
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