2010 will mark three-time Grammy Award winning artist, award winning actor, businessman, restaurateur and Disturbing Tha Peace CEO, Chris Ludacris Bridges, 10th anniversary in the entertainment business. Since bursting onto the international scene at the turn of the new decade, he has been riding a major wave of success ever since.
Having firmly established himself in the worlds of music, film & television and philanthropy, Ludacris shows no signs of slowing down, releasing his seventh studio album, The Battle of the Sexes, March 9th on DTP/Def Jam. The highly anticipated album’s first single, “How Low” is zooming up the music charts and is currently at #1 at Urban Radio, #2 on Billboard‘s Rap Songs chart and #4 on the Billboard R&B/Hip Hop chart. The remix featuring Ciara and Pitbull is being released on 2/9 on iTunes.
Helping to launch the release of The Battle of the Sexes, it has just been announced that Ludacris will join supergroup The Black Eyed Peas on their The. E.N.D. U.S. tour, beginning in Atlanta on February 4th. The tour will hit 32 cities across the country including New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago and Miami .
In addition to the new album and the upcoming tour, Ludacris continues his charitable work to help improve the lives of children through the Ludacris Foundation. He also recently established his own liquor brand, Conjure cognac, which is currently available in the Atlanta and Miami markets.
Ludacris’ fans can catch up with him and hear more about his latest projects by tuning in tonight to see him live on Lopez Tonight (TBS) and on upcoming appearances on BET, MTV, Live with Regis & Kelly (ABC) where there will be a battle of the sexes skit, Jimmy Kimmel Live (ABC) and more in March.
UrbanBridgez.com can also share more up-coming appearances by Luda that include The Mo’Nique Show (Interview & Performance), BET Spring Bling, 106 & Park, Rip The Runway, Sprite Step Off (MTV), Spring Break (MTV), Wendy Williams & an interview with Toure on FUSE!
The E.N.D. Tour
DATE LOCATION VENUE
February 4, 2010 Atlanta, Georgia Philips Arena
February 6, 2010 Miami, Florida American Airlines Arena
February 9, 2010 Jacksonville, Florida Jacksonville Veterans
February 10, 2010 Tampa, Florida Saint Pete Times Forum
February 12, 2010 Nashville, Tennessee Sommet Center
February 13, 2010 Birmingham, Alabama BJCC Arena
February 16, 2010 Columbus, Ohio Value City Arena at Jerome
February 17, 2010 Lexington, Kentucky Rupp Arena
February 19, 2010 Raleigh, North Carolina RBC Center
February 20, 2010 Charlotte, North Carolina Time Warner Cable Arena
February 22, 2010 Hampton, Virginia Hampton Coliseum
February 23, 2010 Washington, DC Verizon Center
February 24, 2010 New York, New York Madison Square Garden
February 26, 2010 Boston, Massachusetts TD Banknorth Garden
February 27, 2010 Uncasville, Connecticut Mohegan Sun Resort and
Casino – Sun Arena
March 1, 2010 Uniondale, New York Nassau Veterans Memorial
March 3, 2010 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania The Wachovia Center
March 4, 2010 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Mellon Arena
March 9, 2010 Detroit, Michigan Palace of Auburn Hills
March 11, 2010 Milwaukee, Wisconsin Bradley Center
March 13, 2010 Chicago, Illinois United Center
March 19, 2010 Dallas, Texas American Airlines Center
March 20, 2010 Tulsa, Oklahoma BOK Center
March 22, 2010 Saint Paul, Minnesota Xcel Energy Center
March 24, 2010 Kansas City, Missouri Sprint Center
March 25, 2010 Des Moines, Iowa Iowa Events Center – Wells
March 27, 2010 Denver, Colorado Pepsi Center
March 29, 2010 Los Angeles, California Staples Center
March 31, 2010 Glendale, Arizona Jobing.com Arena
April 2, 2010 San Jose, California HP Pavilion at San Jose
April 7, 2010 Sacramento, California ARCO Arena
April 10, 2010 Tacoma, Washington Tacoma Dome