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Ludacris has never really gotten his proper due. So maybe that’s why he sounds so aggressive on “Raised In The South,” featuring trap rapper extraordinaire Young Jeezy

“Keep my name out you motherf-cking mouth,” goes the song’s hook. The track’s dank, synth filled and drum littered instrumental is hooked up by producer Metro.

The Snowman murked this one, but Ludacris, last seen dropping bars in Justin Bieber’s “All Around The World” video, makes sure he doesn’t get outshined thanks to his closing verse. “These ni–as is is sweeter than a sweet potato, softer than Playdough/Ol’ b-tch ni-gga lay low/A-town by the way of Illinois and are blocks come together like Legos, they know,” barks Ludacris.

The song is off the Atlanta rapper and actor’s forthcoming I Don’t Give A F-ck mixtape, dropping sooner than later.

Listen to and download “Raised In The South” below.

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