Ludacris Says He Wants to Work With Meghan Trainor, Dishes on Ludaversal Release

Is Ludacris all about that bass?
The 37-year-old rapper stopped by the E! News studio on Tuesday to chat about the release of his 8th studio album, Ludaversal, which debuted today, and revealed which artist he hopes collaborate with in the future.
Ludacris (real name Chris Bridges), who is also promoting his forthcoming film Furious 7, told E! News, "I heard Meghan Trainor expressed some interest in wanting to work with me, so maybe we can make a great collaboration. It just depends on what the song sounds like."
Ludacris's new album Ludaversal hit airwaves today, four years after the release of the musician's certified gold album Battle of the Sexes, and the project was produced solely for the rapper's loyal fans. He dished, "It's my most vulnerable album—the old Ludacris mixed with the new Ludacris—it's giving the fans exactly what they want."
So, what can we expect from the record?
He explained, "Therapy! That's what music is all about. You should be able to listen to music and it lowers your blood pressure, it makes you feel better about yourself."