The versatile rapper and actor, known for hits like “Move Bitch,” took a moment to express admiration for Gucci Mane’s profound influence on what he termed as “street culture.”
During the podcast, co-host DJ EFN posed a choice between Jeezy and Gucci, prompting a thoughtful response from Ludacris. Expressing his deep appreciation for both artists and acknowledging their significant contributions to the culture, Ludacris initially hesitated.
“I love both of these guys, man,” he stated. “I’m talking about the history that they’ve made, what they’ve done for the goddamn culture.”
While conceding a personal preference for Jeezy in terms of his own listening habits, Ludacris went on to emphasize Gucci Mane’s unparalleled impact on street culture within the realm of Hip Hop.
“For Gucci, I don’t think anyone has done for street culture what that motherfucker has done for street culture in Hip Hop, period,” Ludacris continued.
This recognition highlights Gucci Mane’s lasting legacy and his pivotal role in shaping the narrative of street culture in the Hip Hop genre.
Ludacris’ words underscore the profound influence that artists like Gucci Mane have had on the cultural landscape, making it clear that their contributions are worthy of acknowledgment and celebration.