The Scene spent the day in Atlanta with rapper Ludacris. Do you have a favorite hangout in the capital of Georgia? What's your favorite Ludacris track? Send us your suggestions and read your comments below.
From: Carolyn Lynn Greene, Elwood, USA Posted: December 3, 2006 Comment: I think Ludacris is a great rapper & I Love to her him. I try to listen to him when ever i hear him on the radio. He wonderful. Love ya Ludacris. Kepp on being real. Love always Carolyn Lynn Greene, Elwood, Indiana.
From: dionne anding, bloomington, USA Posted: December 2, 2006 Comment: I just love Chris and all tht he stands for and his love for his daughter and now to want to make a difference in this world that seem to forget about the less fortunate. You know alot of people say they care but until you show it then tell it and the world will know that your for real and Chris has proven that by visiting and wanting to make a difference we love you baby with your sexy self! Love always Dionne Anding from Bloomington,Il
From:Abisola, Pawtucket, us Posted:November 14, 2006 Comment: I have to say that I'm Ludacris's Number 1 True Fan ask me anything and i will know ;0)
He said it him self at the Hot163.3 Concert in Providence R.I
He said "You See This Girl Right Here, She a True Fan She Knows All the Fu**king Words to My Song". The Song Was Coming 2 America
That was the BEST Day of my life..lol
From:Abisola, Pawtucket, us Posted:November 14, 2006 Comment: I Was 15 When Ludacris Came Out With The Album "Back For The First Time" In 2000. And When I Forever Saw His Video "Whats Your Fantasy" I Have to Say That I've been So Hooked on Atlanta, Himself, & His Music. Ludacris Is Of The Reason Why I Move Down To Atlanta. I Just Knew Where I Wanted To Be Even Though It Took Me 5 Years To Get There I Still Made It & Loved Every Moment Of It, So Now That I'm 20 Years Old I Can Say That My Dream Finally Came To A Reality. Now I See What He Meant When He Said Atlanta Is The Place To Be. Also to Get a Feel of What It's like Out There. I Must Say That Atlanta Is A Beautiful Place To Be. From The People to Scenery to the Cars & the Clubs it's Just So Wonderful. See Growing up in Rhode Island You Don't Really Get To See Much Of What You See Down There. So For Me To Be Out There I Was Extremely Happy, And I Owe It All To Him.
If I Had The Chance I Would Thank Chris "LUDACRIS" Bridges Oh So Much. Thank You Ludacris
From:Brianna F, Atlanta, us Posted:November 12, 2006 Comment: I think to really enjoy Atlanta, you need to know someone who lives here. Many of the great things about this city are spread apart and tourist might get lost on our one way streets. If you do not know anyone, then great large spots to visit are Atlantic Station, the High Museum, the Georgia Aquarium, and Little 5 Points. A great place for kids is the Center for Puppetry Arts, World of Coke, and Olympic Park where they can run through the fountain. Also, if you come in the summer, there are a lot of random outside concerts and movies playing for free, just pick up a free copy of Creative Loafing to find out where or ask someone. We don't mind telling you what's great about our city!
From:ramonda pollard, kansas city, us Posted:November 3, 2006 Comment: Where is dtp exactly located at?,and what part of atlanta is chris ludacris bridges from?????????????????
From:K W, LAGRANGE, GA Posted:October 10, 2006 Comment: Love what had to be said about the ATL. I think that its a great place to visit. I wouldn't want to live there but it is a great place to spend a day or two.
From:Mike Karsch, Atlanta Posted:October 10, 2006 Comment: Fo real, the places to be are tiher Atlantic Station or Lenox mall. Atlantic Station is like a mmini-town, but the place is hoppin. So much that Ashton Kutcher is opening TWO of his popular LA restaraunts there.
Lenox Mall is sick. Great place to chill.
From: Lindy V, NYC Posted:October 6, 2006 Comment: Aww, Luda's got all grown up! Lovin the new record, 'runaway love' is the best thing he's done yet.
From:KT, Houston, TX Posted:October 6, 2006 Comment: Not sure aobut Atlanta Underground, it seemed pretty run down and touristy - lots of souvenirs and dodgy food but nothing to write home about. The history of it's quite interesting, but I wouldn't hang around for long. There are lots of better malls to choose from.