Ludacris and Big K.R.I.T. Compare Fly Vehicles on ‘Come and See Me’
Rapper Ludacris clearly has another banger on his hands, which shouldn't be surprising since he's already dropped some strong material for his new album Ludaversal. Luda's new single, "Come and See Me," features fellow southern rhymer Big K.R.I.T. from Mississippi.
On the song both rappers go back and forth spitting memorable lines about their fly vehicles. "I can skydive off of the top of the roof, rims taller than King Kong / Riding, looking for an ass I can sit my drink on / My seats warm, my drink cold, my paint dry, but her mouth wet / Suffocate that h- until the bitch look like Smurfette," spits Ludacris.
Produced by Mike WiLL Made It, the track is slow grooving and the pulsating beat is perfect for both the clubs or cruising in your whip. From beginning to end the song keeps your attention, since both rappers are delivering some creative bars.
Lyrically, Luda reminds us why he's arguably one of the most underrated rappers in the game, while K.R.I.T. spits plenty of clever and visual rhymes.
"Cause an earthquake when I park, keep a UFO in my yard / My whip so big when I swing my whip I can high-five God," raps K.R.I.T.
In an interview with Revolt, the Disturbing Tha Peace leader said he's been working on Ludaversal for about two years and despite having plenty of personal problems, it didn't affect his music at all.
"I strategically kept my personal life out of my music for the sole reason of having longevity in the music industry, he said. "Because when you give it all, you don't have too much more to talk about."
Ludaversal drops on March 31 and can be pre-ordered on iTunes right now.