His name is Christopher Brian Bridges, born on September 11, 1977. This hip hop star has been a recognized American rapper since 2000, and has recently started making headlines once again with his very catchy, creative song “How Low”. Now because this song hooks the listener in so quickly, and because my parents are familiar with this artists, I wanted to do a tutorial on another famous face that some or all of you will be familiar with. You will learn "how to draw Ludacris", step by step. He was born in a town called Campaign located in Illinois. From the years 1998 and 1999, he studied music management at GSU. He started out working for Timbaland at a radio station, and then later recorded on Timbaland's album “Life from da Basement” on the song called “Phat Rabbit”. He went under the stage name “Ludacris” and released his first album titled “Back for the First Time”. The song “What's Your Fantasy” featuring Shawnna, made a big impression with hip hop music fans, and soon became a hit at number four on the Billborad charts. It was only a matter of time before Ludacris came into fame and fortune, with his growing popularity. If you look at the years each new album was released, you will see that there was only one to two year intervals. In 2001 Ludacris's second album made headway called “Word of Mouf” with the hit single “Rollout”. 2003 soon rolled around and so did his third album “Chicken-n-Beer” that had the “2 Fast 2 Furious” single “Act a Fool”. At this time his image stayed relativity the same and was known for his stylish cornrows, braids, and afro. Ludacris maintained a clean cut image even though he dressed as a main stream hip hop artists. He was one of the few male artists that had some sense of style when it was time to dress up in a suit and tie for premiers, or Grammys. 2004 brought even more fame and fortune with the release of his fourth album titled “The Red Light District”. The album featured known artists like T.I., Lil Flip, and Bun B. The hit song on that record was “Get Back”, and according to Luda, it was up to him to keep the record label "Def Jam" afloat. Over the next six years he released three more albums; “Release Therapy” in 2006, “Theater of the Mind” in 2008, and the new album that is being played now over the air waves, “Battle of the Sexes”, 2010. I have to say, after listening to a good portion of Ludacris's songs, "How Low" is one of my favorite. He will continue to make music, and be a creative hip hop artists. If your a fan of this music artist, then you will enjoy this tutorial that teaches you “how to draw Ludacris, step by step”. I have some more fun lessons for you all and even some request fulfillments. Have fun guys, and happy drawing!