Ludacris dropped his ninth studio album, Ludaversal. 

The 14-track LP features appearances by Miguel on "Good Lovin'", Big K.R.I.T., Usher and Monica. Stepping in on the production side are Just Blaze, David Banner, Da Internz and more new and upcoming producers. Luda's most recent track before the release was "Charge It to the Rap Game." Before he dropped his latest album, the ATL native released LudaVerses, a 20-minute compilation that features guest verses, remixes and freestyles he has done recently. One of the most talked about songs off Ludaversal is “Charge it to the Rap Game," which dropped last week. On the record he speaks very candidly about the media.

While speaking with XXL, the Southern MC said this album would be a mixture of the old crazy rhymer we know and a more mature Luda. He also shared that “Grass Is Always Greener” and his song with Usher "Not Long" are his favorites on the LP. Ludaversal, as well as the several freestyles and other projects he's put out since Battle of the Sexes, is Ludacris' way of letting the hip-hop world know "that not only [does he] give a damn but [he's] still competing against whoever you feel is the best doing it."

It's a busy week for the Atlanta native. Furious 7 just hit theaters this Fiday (Apr. 3) and Justin Bieber's Comedy Central Roast, which he starred in, just aired last night (March 30).

Stream Ludaversal below.