On his latest project, a collaboration with a hyper-creative young artist, Ludacris invites you to visit 'Funky Bubble Land' and 'Spacetacular Station.' But it's not what you think.

Both are songs that can be found at Karma's World, the brand-new educational website Luda created with his 10-year-old daughter, Karma. In addition to educational songs -- 'Funky Bubble Land' is about math -- the site offers games and downloadable lessons for parents and teachers.

"We wanted the site to be educational, fun and full of music that all kids will enjoy, but we also wanted it to teach kids more than just academics," the Atlanta rhymer said, according to RapRadar.com. "The site touches on subjects like, the rewards of hard work and importance of learning manners as well as the idea that doing good deeds for others will bring good into your life -- which is the meaning of the word Karma."

Ludacris, born Chris Bridges, worked with Karma and their creative team to create all of the content, including the music and lyrics.

And the stuff isn't half bad. A tune like 'New Moves' is probably meant to promote physical fitness and empower youngsters, but the peppy electro-pop track isn't much different from what makes it on Top 40 radio these days.

"All I know, I want to hit the dance floor/ Can we hit the dance floor?" Karma sings. "Yes, I want to groove today, move your way/ Let's ride, ride, ride, ride."

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