Number One Spot" is the second single from rapper Ludacris' 2004 album The Red Light District. The song heavily samples "Soul Bossa Nova" by Quincy Jones, which was used as the theme in the Austin Powers film series; Austin Powers references play major parts in "Number One Spot" and its video. In the song's first verse, Ludacris says, "Respected highly, hi, Mr. O'Reilly/Hope all is well, kiss the plaintiff and the wifey
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Album: The Red Light District (2004). Charted: 30 19. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. Jim from Oxnard, CaNah, "Splash Waterfalls" was much worse in 2003 than " Spot" was in 2005. Matt from Millbrae, Cathe austin powers thing just screams VH1's most awesomely bad songs for 2005. Wesley from Midwest City, OkLuda is awesome, and is very opinionated. Bill o'reilly doesnt like Luda not being censored about how he feels. I happen to like some of Luda's songs
Ludacris - Number One Spot. Artist: Ludacris (Christopher Brian Bridges). Album: The Red Light District. Yeah baby, hehe, yeah! Back again (that's right) Luda! Ha ha ha ha (Feel this). It gets meaner and meaner each time baby. Feelin real good too (holla at 'em man) What up Uncle 'Face!
The album debuted at number one on the Billboard charts. In an issue of XXL, Ludacris was placed in the number nine spot for the most anticipated albums of 2006, for Release Therapy. The album Release Therapy was released on September 26, 2006. Ludacris' eighth studio album was released on March 9, 2010, with his first promotional single for the album being "Everybody Drunk" which features Callum Smith, originally featuring Shawnna. The first concept idea of the album was to have Ludacris and Shawnna battle it out on the album back–to–back, but this was later axed upon Shawnna's departure from Disturbing tha Peace, ending her contract on Ludacris' label and joining T-Pain's Nappy Boy Entertainment label.
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