Christopher Brian Bridges, known professionally as Ludacris, an American rapper, actor, and record executive, is currently having a good time in Ghana.
The American hip-hop star has been in Ghana for close to a week, having a musical moment with Africa’s most decorated rapper, Michael Owusu Addo, known widely as Sarkodie.
The two are expected to produce a powerful track from their recent link-up as there have been several videos and pictures of them together in a recording studio.
Ludacris is currently doing an Afrobeats project which needs the collaboration of some astute singers in the African continent like Sarkodie and the likes to make it a masterpiece.
In a recent video posted online by the Grammy-winning rapper, he is seen vibing with a song, much excited with the caption: "Live From The Motherland Accra Ghana."
It appears Ludacris is indeed serious about the fact that Ghana is his motherland, as his recent visit became his third visit to the country.
In his first visit in 2012, he performed at the Vodafone 020 Live Concert, thrilling his fans at the auditorium with his songs, where Sarkodie had the opportunity to battle it out with him on his How Low remix.
Ghanaians were excited to see Sarkodie and Ludacris together performing one song together on one stage.
His second was a private visit during the Year of Return in December 2019 where he visited the Cape Coast castle as part of his tour.
Ludacris made his visit a memorable one with a heart-touching post on his Instagram, which was, "Our ancestors never gave up faith. You never imprison our minds nor our spirits. They empowered me to return..."