Ludacris Playing Professional Boxer in 'Undisputed' Music Video


Ludacris is having a rough boxing rehearsal under the professional hand of Floyd Mayweather in a preview of 'Undisputed' music video.

In a preview of his "Undisputed" music video, Ludacris lands the part of a professional boxer, which is trained under the professional hand of former boxer champ Floyd Mayweather Jr. The video begins with a capture of Luda, having a rough rehearsal with Floyd and a 6-year-old boxer named Pretty Boy Bam Bam.

"Undisputed" is one of new materials that is confirmed to appear in Luda's sixth upcoming major studio album entitled "Theater of the Mind". Led by a Chris Brown-featuring song "What Them Girls Like", his effort is due to hit the market on November 11 under the courtesy of his own label Disturbing tha Peace (DTP) Records.

Furthermore, to get his forthcoming album in a perfect shape, Luda reportedly works with Jennifer Hudson, Lloyd, T.I., and Usher. Beside rushing his own project, he also helps his label recording artist, I-20, by lending his vocals to I-20's new single, "Really Like Her".

Preview of Ludacris' "Undisputed" music video:


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