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September 11, 1977
United States
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In the Beginning

Christopher Brian Bridges, more commonly known as “Ludacris” was born in Champaign, Illinois on September 11, 1977. He was an only child in his household growing up. During his middle school years, his family moved to Chicago. In high school, the family moved to Virginia briefly, and then to Atlanta, Georgia where he graduated in 1995. Bridges studied music management at Georgia State University but never graduated.

Career Accomplishments

Ludacris launched his career as a radio DJ and later collaborated with artist Timbaland on the track “Phat Rabbit”, which was his first hit in many countries. He moved on to creating his first solo album in 1998, with the album entitled, “Incognegro”, which presented his Southern-style in rapping with a quick and witty flow. Sales for the album were low, but Ludacris pressed on to release his second album, “Back for the First Time” in the year 2000. Unlike his first album, the second was a major success on the charts. He followed the success of album number two very quickly with the launch of his third, “Word of Mouf”. Singles on the album were nominated for Grammy Awards and topped the charts. Next, Ludacris rolled out the album “Chicken-n-Beer”, which contained songs that were a little edgier, a little more serious, and a little more risque. Though the album wasn't as popular as its predecessors, it featured guest appearances that promoted his success, like Snoop Dogg, Chingy, and Shawna. He heated it up with album four, “Splash Waterfalls”, which contained racy songs and videos that couldn't be played on regular television. Later that year, he received his first Grammy for his collaboration with Usher and Lil Jon in the hit single, “Yeah!” His next two albums, “The Red Light District” and “Release Therapy” took a new, more serious approach to his music, and included popular rap artists like T.I., Lil Flip, Nas, Trick Daddy, Disturbing tha Peace, Pharrell Williams, R. Kelly, Mary J. Blige, Bobby Valentino and Young Jeezy. The latter album topped the Billboard charts. “Theater of the Mind” and “Battle of the Sexes” were the next two albums, and contained a lineup of guests on the album that topped the impressive line up of albums past – Chris Brown, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, T.I., Plies, T-Pain, Jay-Z and The Game were some highlights. Again, his albums topped charts and hit milestone success that pushed him to push forward. His most recent album was released in March of this year and debuted at number three on the Billboard 200 Chart. Alongside his rapping career, Ludacris also made a name for himself as an actor, appearing in significant roles in movies like “Crash”, “Gamer”, “New Year's Eve” and “The Fast and the Furious”.

Most Known For

Ludacris is most known for his rapping career, specifically with his hit singles, “Southern Hospitality”, “What's Your Fantasy”, “Stand Up”, “Roll Out”, “Act a Fool”, “Move Bitch”,  “Yeah!”, “Number One Spot”, “Money Maker” and “How Low”.   Outside of his rapping career, he's known for his supporting role in “The Fast and The Furious” movies.

Where Is He Now

With the recent launch of his most recent album “Ludaversal”, Ludacris continues to release singles and work on upcoming albums and films.

Ludacris Net Worth

Net Worth
Net Worth in 2021 $25 Million
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Ludacris Profile

Basic Info
Full Real Name Ludacris
Date of Birth
September 11, 1977
Age 43
Birthday 11-Sep
Yers of Birth 1977
Nick Name N/A
Family Name N/A
Birth Place Champaign, IL
Residence N/A
Gender Male
Profession Rapper
Country United States
Nationality American, Gabonese
Ethnicity African American
Religion N/A

Ludacris is currently married to Gabonese model Eudoxie Mbouguiengue. The two were engaged and married in Costa Rica on the same day, and have one daughter together. He also has another daughter by another long-time friend, who was born while he and Mbouguiengue were still dating. In 2011, he joined a foundation aimed at inspiring youth through education, experiences, and helping them help be self-sufficient. Politically, Ludacris has been rudely outspoken in his music regarding political figures like George W. Bush, Hillary Clinton and Jesse Jackson. He's also had a riff with media correspondent Bill O'Reilly since O'Reilly called for Americans to boycott Pepsi products, as Ludacris represented Pepsi and supported a lifestyle of violence and disrespect toward women. Pepsi promptly fired Ludacris in an effort to save their promotional campaign.

Personal Life
Marital Status Married
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Spouse Eudoxie Mbouguiengue
No Of Children 4
Son(s) N/A
Daughter(s) Karma Bridges, Cai Bella Bridges, Shaila Scott, Cadence Gaelle Bridges
Physical Stats
Height (in feets) 5 Feet 8 Inches
Height (in meters) 1.73 m
Weight (in kgs) 73 KG
Weight (in lbs) 160 lbs
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Hair Color Black
Eye Color Black
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Tatoo N/A
Father Wayne Brian Bridges
Mother Roberta Shields
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Sister(s) N/A
Garndfather N/A
Grandmother N/A
Sun Sign Virgo
Star Sign Virgo
Birth Sign Duality Passive
Birth Sign Modality Mutable Earth
Highest Qulification N/A
University Georgia State University
College N/A
High School Banneker High School, Centreville High School, Oak Park and River Forest High School
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