"You know I love cars," Ludacris told AOL Music about his appearance Tuesday to the GM All-Car showdown in L.A ., hosted by Shaquille O'Neal with a performance by Common. "Plus, it's for charity."

Luda, who pimped out a '54 Chevy Bel Air painted a smoking "mojito green," took home the trophy for best exterior. More importantly, he took home prize money for the Boys & Girls Club in his hometown of Atlanta.

Also representing the music world were Travis Barker and crowd favorite Snopp Dogg. Snoop joined Luda in the winner's circle, making sure they held their own against athletes like Dwayne Wade, Reggie Bush, Matt Leinart and boxer Bernard Hopkins. Snoop walked away with the best interior award for his '66 Cadillac, which featured a chandelier.

"I put on old-school music, and I feel like I'm at my grandma's house," he explained.