Come and See Me

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  • This song finds Ludacris bragging about his fly vehicles with Mississippi native Big K.R.I.T. "I didn't really have too many features on this album and he's one of the guys in the south I feel that's actually talking about something," Ludacris said during a Ludaversal listening party. "He's kind of a one-man-army, he's produced a lot of his [own] records. And he's kind of an underdog, like myself. So I'm like, let's get the underdog of the new generation and the underdog in this legendary status right here and put this s--t together."
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