Amid The Nas “Made You Look” Debate, Ludacris Reminds Fans Of His Lyrical Ability

Amid The Nas "Made You Look" Debate, Ludacris Reminds Fans Of His Lyrical Ability

Ludacris has reminded fans of the reasons why he thinks his part on Nas’ “Made You Look (Remix)” was the finest.

On Tuesday (January 24), the legendary Atlanta rapper shared a video on social media after witnessing fans arguing over who produced the song that featured him, Nas, and special guest MC Jadakiss.

In an effort to remind anyone who might be forgetting his contribution to the song, Luda attempted to put an end to the debate by reading his show-stealing rhymes word for word.

“Man, I picked up my phone today and saw that the Luda fans chose violence, and I’m loving every minute of it.” “So let’s add to the debate online about the ‘Made You Look’ song, the remix, and the verses just in case they missed a line or something,” he said before diving into his verse.

“I’m from the school of hard knocks, sneak peeks, and low blows/ Where X’s mark spots and kitchens mark O’s / Where love’s gon’ getcha, hate is gon’ snitch ya / “And fingers squeeze triggers like boa constrictors.”

He continued: “It’s the Mr. Luda, Jada and Nas/ And our bullets give you a deep-tissue massage/ So hear the song and dance while I make these ends/ You never stood half a chance like Siamese twins/ They shooting! Look in the barrel!/Then he made the front page of the Miami Herald/ Or Chi. Tribune, nozzles with silent doom/ We in that A-Town Journal as violent goons.

Only a few months had passed since the release of the original version of “Made You Look,” which was included on Nas’ sixth studio album God’s Son. Famously, the song was performed by Nas, Ludacris, and Jadakiss at the former’s Made You Look: God’s Son Live performance at New York City’s Webster Hall that year.

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