The veteran hip-hop artist teams up with the Taylor Gang rapper to play doctors in the steamy music video which features voluptuous women in lingerie and nurse ensembles.
Although Ludacris is gearing up for "The Fate of the Furious" release this Friday, April 14, the hip-hop star has released a music video for his new single "Vitamin D" ft. Ty Dolla $ign. The music video features Ludacris and Ty Dolla playing doctors as they are surrounded by scantily-clad ladies. As hinted by the title, Dr. Ludacris and Dr. Ty Dolla, whose specialty are breasts and buttocks, prescribe the girls with Vitamin D, which has nothing to do with sunlight and calcium, but has everything to do with sex.
The four-minute video begins with Ludacris in CGI abs saying hello to women in nurse ensembles. He then puts on surgery gloves and observes the girls who flaunt their assets as he delivers his verses. Elsewhere in the clip, Ty Dolla, who dresses as doctor, mixes business and pleasure by lying on the bed with two girls in lingerie. In the end of the video, Ludacris wakes up from his sleep and realizes that all is just his fantasy.
In addition, the raunchy lyrics make the song naughtier. "She got them handlebars/ Gotta keep a tight grip on that donkey/ She be givin' out battle scars/ 'Cause she got a tight grip on that monkey/ She told me, all the way, go straight to that a**/ Make a student be late for the class/ She make a n***a wanna holla even through a couple dollars/ So I gotta get straight to the cash/ I love big cheeks in between them sheets," Ludacris spits the first verse of "Vitamin D".
The beat on "Vitamin D" is much inspired by Sisqo's 2000 hit song "Thong Song". The track reportedly will serve as a single off Luda's upcoming ninth studio album which is the follow-up to 2015's "Ludaversal".