Ludacris Dropping Third DTP Compilation
Ludacris and his Disturbing Tha Peace (DTP) family will release the third compilation album on August 28. "Strength in Numbers" presents 12 brand new tracks that will span collaboration from the label's artists such as Ludacris himself, Lil Wayne, Chingy and Bobby V.
Two singles have been pulled out to roam U.S radios this week. "Duffle Bag Boy" by Playaz Circle feat Lil Wayne hits air July 23 and will be followed by second single "Celebrity Chick" that boast collaboration among Ludacris, Chingy, Steph Jones, and Small World.
In backward order, a video for "Celebrity Chick" has been shot earlier this week in Los Angeles and will premiere soon. "Duffle Bag Boy" video meanwhile, will be shot after the former's release.
Ludacris came with the first DTP compilation "Golden Grain" in 2002 and the second one in 2005 under the title "Ludacris Presents - Disturbing Tha Peace."
Tracklist of "Strength in Numbers":
- "Celebrity Chick" - Chingy, Steph Jones, Small World
- "Hot Tamales" - Small World, Chingy, Serius Jones
- "Jealous of Me" - Small World, Shawn Jay, Tity Boi
- "Don't Check Me" - Ludacris, Playaz Circle, I-20
- "Windy City" - Block Xchange, Shawnna, Ludacris
- "The Game" - Shareefa, Serius Jones, Chingy, Small World
- "DTP" - Willy Northpole, I-20
- "Speakers in the Trunk" - Brolic D, Tity Boi
- "Let's Go (Remix)" - Bobby V feat. Lil' Fate
- "Duffle Bag Boy" - Playaz Circle feat. Lil Wayne
- "Live on Stage" - DTP Family
- "Act Like Us" - Playaz Circle, Serius Jones, Willy Northpole
- "We Ain't Worried 'Bout U" - Ludacris
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