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Word of Mouf


Download links and information about Word of Mouf by Ludacris. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 01:18:51 minutes.

Artist: Ludacris
Release date: 2001
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 18
Duration: 01:18:51
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No. Title Length
1. Coming 2 America 4:21
2. Rollout (My Business) 4:56
3. Go 2 Sleep 5:09
4. Cry Babies (Oh No) 5:56
5. She Said 4:33
6. Howhere (Skit) 1:11
7. Area Codes 5:03
8. Growing Pains 4:49
9. Greatest Hits (Skit) 1:16
10. Move Bitch (featuring Disturbing Tha Peace) 4:30
11. Stop Lying (Skit) 1:36
12. Saturday (Oooh! Ooooh!) 3:50
13. Keep It on the Hush 4:46
14. Word of Mouf (Freestyle) 2:11
15. Get the F**k Back (featuring Shawnna, Fate Wilson) 5:21
16. Freaky Thangs 5:32
17. Cold Outside 6:03
18. Block Lockdown 7:48



Word of Mouf is Ludacris’ breakout album. It proves he is the consummate Southern rapper, and one of the only performers who can unite the South’s sub-divided regional styles into an all-encompassing musical movement. Ludacris is not as subversive as OutKast, or as wild as Mystikal, or as stylishly cool as UGK, but his larger-than-life persona and sense of humor endear him to every audience. His commanding, brazen delivery is equally at home on Timbaland’s twitchy North Carolina bounce (“Rollout (My Business)”), Organizes Noize’s pensive country funk (“She Said”), and KLC’s rambunctious New Orleans eruptions (“Move Bitch”). In his hands even the silly, simple concept behind “Area Codes” becomes irresistible, while on “Cry Babies” and “Keep It on the Hush” he turns the nastiest come-ons into lovable punchlines. Word of Mouf shows that Ludacris can be funny, funky, and sincere all at once, and with songs like “Growing Pains” and “Cold Outside” he displays a rare ability to speak to the mainstream without sacrificing any of his homegrown Georgia grit.