In 'Undisputed' music video, Ludacris shows that he is still 'hungry' even though he has reached his fame in the music industry.
Ludacris has debuted a music video in an attempt to support his latest single titled "Undisputed". In the video, Luda plays a tough guy who earns his money as a professional boxer. He is seen having a rough boxing rehearsal under the professional hand of Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Speaking of the music video, Luda says that the video is meant to show people that he is not the type of person who is easily content sitting in one creative comfort spot for too long. " ... (The video) is just me letting people know how hungry I still am, no matter how many movies I've done or TV shows I been on ... ", he says.
"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.
Elsewhere, Luda has been honored into Georgia Music Hall of Fame, making him the first hip hop artist to be inducted into the Music Hall of Fame. "Just think, 10 years ago I was trying to put pizzas through the oven at Pizza Hut to make sure I didn't get fired. Now the only way I'll get fired is if I fire myself, so that's a beautiful thing right now for sure," he says upon accepting the awards.
Ludacris' "Undisputed" music video: