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List of awards and nominations received by Ludacris
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Ludacris is a three-time Grammy Award-winning American rapper and actor from Atlanta, Georgia.[1] He has released eight studio albums, all which have been released on the Def Jam Recordings record label: Back for the First Time (2000), Word of Mouf (2001), Chicken-n-Beer (2003), The Red Light District (2004), Release Therapy (2006), Theater of the Mind (2008), Battle of the Sexes (2010) and Ludaversal (2015).[2] His first five albums have all achieved multi-platinum status, and his next 2 albums achieved gold status. In addition, he has 4 albums that peaked at number one on the Billboard 200 charts.[3]

Ludacris has received seventeen Grammy Award nominations, and has won three: "Best Rap/Sung Collaboration" for the song "Yeah!" in 2005, and both "Best Rap Song" for "Money Maker" and "Best Rap Album" for the album Release Therapy in 2007. He has also received twelve nominations from the BET Awards, winning two: "Viewer's Choice" for "Yeah!" in 2004 and "Best Collaboration" for "Runaway Love" in 2007. Ludacris has also acted in several films; the Screen Actors Guild presented him the award for "Outstanding Cast in a Motion Picture" for his performance in the film Crash. Overall, Ludacris has received 12 awards from 41 nominations.

American Music Awards

The American Music Awards is an annual awards ceremony created by Dick Clark in 1973. Ludacris has received two nominations.[4]

.mw-parser-output .awards-table td:last-child{text-align:center} Year Nominee / work Award Result 2002 Word of Mouf Favorite Album R&B/Hip-Hop Nominated 2005 Ludacris Favorite Male Hip-Hop Artist Nominated

BET Awards

BET Awards

The BET Awards were established in 2001 by the Black Entertainment Television network. Ludacris has received nine awards from twelve nominations.[5][6]

Year Nominee / work Award Result 2002 "One Minute Man" Video of the Year Won Ludacris Best Male Hip-Hop Artist Won 2003 "Gossip Folks" Best Collaboration Nominated 2004 "Yeah!" Viewer's Choice Won Best Collaboration Won Video of the Year Won Ludacris Best Male Hip-Hop Artist Nominated 2005 Ludacris Best Male Hip-Hop Artist Won 2006 "Unpredictable" Best Collaboration Nominated Ludacris Best Actor Won 2007 Ludacris Best Male Hip-Hop Artist Nominated "Runaway Love" Best Collaboration Won 2008 "I'm So Hood" Best Collaboration Won

BET Hip Hop Awards

Year Nominee / work Award Result 2008 "I'm So Hood (Remix)" (with DJ Khaled, Young Jeezy, Busta Rhymes, Big Boi, Lil Wayne, Fat Joe, Birdman & Rick Ross) Best Hip Hop Video Nominated Best Hip Hop Collaboration Won 2010 "All I Do Is Win" (with DJ Khaled, T-Pain, Ludacris, Rick Ross & Snoop Dogg) Best Club Banger Nominated 2011 "Country Sh*t (Remix)" (with Big K.R.I.T. & Bun B) Reese's Perfect Combo Award Nominated 2012 "Same Damn Time (Remix)" Sweet 16: Best Featured Verse Nominated

CMT Music Awards

The CMT Music Awards is an annual ceremony held in Nashville, Tennessee, dedicated exclusively to honor country music videos. It was established in 1967, and had several names throughout the years. In 2002, it was moved to Country Music Television and, in 2005, was renamed CMT Music Awards.[7] Ludacris has received two nominations and one wins.

Year Award Nominated work / Recipient Result Ref. 2018 "The Champion" (with Carrie Underwood) Video of the Year Nominated [8] Female Video of the Year Won Collaborative Video of the Year Nominated

Golden Raspberry Awards

The Golden Raspberry Awards (also known in short terms as Razzies and Razzie Awards) is a mock booby prize award in recognition of the worst in film. Thus far, Ludacris has received one nomination (result pending).[9]

Year Nominee / work Award Result 2019 Show Dogs (voice only) Worst Supporting Actor Nominated

Grammy Awards

The Grammy Awards are awarded annually by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States. Ludacris has received three awards from seventeen nominations.[10][11]

Year Nominee / work Award Result 2002 "One Minute Man" (with Missy Elliott & Trina) Best Short-Form Music Video Nominated "Area Codes" (featuring Nate Dogg) Best Rap/Sung Collaboration Nominated Back for the First Time Best Rap Album Nominated 2003 Word of Mouf Nominated "Rollout (My Business)" Best Male Rap Solo Performance Nominated 2004 "Stand Up" Nominated "Act a Fool" Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media Nominated "Gossip Folks" (with Missy Elliott) Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group Nominated 2005 "Yeah!" (with Usher & Lil Jon) Best Rap/Sung Collaboration Won Best R&B Song Nominated Record of the Year Nominated 2006 "Number One Spot" Best Rap Solo Performance Nominated 2007 "Money Maker" (featuring Pharrell) Best Rap Song Won Release Therapy Best Rap Album Won "Unpredictable" (with Jamie Foxx) Best Rap/Sung Collaboration Nominated "Georgia" (with Field Mob featuring Jamie Foxx) Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group Nominated 2009 "Wish You Would" (featuring T.I.) Nominated 2011 "My Chick Bad" (featuring Nicki Minaj) Nominated "How Low" Best Rap Solo Performance Nominated 2013 "Tonight (Best You Ever Had)" (with John Legend) Best Rap/Sung Collaboration Nominated

MTV Movie Awards

The MTV Movie Awards is an annual awards ceremony established in 1992 by the MTV television network. Ludacris has received one nomination.[12]

Year Nominee / work Award Result 2004 2 Fast 2 Furious Best Male Breakthrough Performance Nominated

MTV Video Music Awards

The MTV Video Music Awards is an annual awards ceremony established in 1984 by MTV. Ludacris has received one awards from six nominations.[13][14]

Year Nominee / work Award Result 2002 "Saturday (Oooh Oooh!)" Best Rap Video Nominated "Area Codes" Best Video from a Film Nominated 2003 "Move" Best Rap Video Nominated 2004 "Stand Up" Best Rap Video Nominated 2005 "Number One Spot" Best Rap Video Won Best Special Effects in a Video Nominated

Screen Actors Guild Awards

The Screen Actors Guild Awards is an annual awards ceremony established in 1995 by the Screen Actors Guild. Ludacris has received one award from two nominations.[15]

Year Nominee / work Award Result 2005 Crash Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Won Hustle & Flow Nominated

World Music Awards

Year Nominee / work Award Result 2014 Ludacris World's Best Male Artist Nominated World's Best Live Act Nominated World's Best Entertainer of the Year Nominated

References

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Ludacris
  • Discography
  • Awards and nominations
Studio albums
  • Incognegro
  • Back for the First Time
  • Word of Mouf
  • Chicken-n-Beer
  • The Red Light District
  • Release Therapy
  • Theater of the Mind
  • Battle of the Sexes
  • Ludaversal
Compilations
  • Golden Grain
  • Disturbing tha Peace
EPs
  • Burning Bridges
Mixtapes
  • DJ Drama Presents: The Preview
Singles
  • "What's Your Fantasy"
  • "Southern Hospitality"
  • "Area Codes"
  • "Rollout (My Business)"
  • "Saturday (Oooh Oooh!)"
  • "Move Bitch"
  • "Fatty Girl"
  • "Act a Fool"
  • "P-Poppin"
  • "Stand Up"
  • "Splash Waterfalls"
  • "Diamond in the Back"
  • "Blow It Out"
  • "Get Back"
  • "Number One Spot"
  • "The Potion"
  • "Pimpin' All Over the World"
  • "Georgia"
  • "Money Maker"
  • "Grew Up a Screw Up"
  • "Runaway Love"
  • "Slap"
  • "Down in tha Dirty"
  • "What Them Girls Like"
  • "One More Drink"
  • "Nasty Girl"
  • "How Low"
  • "My Chick Bad"
  • "Sex Room"
  • "Representin"
  • "Rest of My Life"
  • "Party Girls"
  • "Good Lovin"
  • "Vitamin D"
Featured singles
  • "One Minute Man"
  • "Welcome to Atlanta"
  • "B R Right"
  • "Why Don't We Fall in Love"
  • "Gossip Folks"
  • "Holidae In"
  • "Hot & Wet"
  • "Yeah!"
  • "Lovers and Friends"
  • "Shake Dat Shit"
  • "Oh"
  • "Sugar (Gimme Some)"
  • "Unpredictable"
  • "Need a Boss"
  • "Glamorous"
  • "Get Buck in Here"
  • "I'm So Hood (Remix)"
  • "Rock Star"
  • "Grippin'"
  • "How We Do It (Around My Way)"
  • "Chopped 'n' Skrewed"
  • "How Do You Sleep?"
  • "Addicted to Money"
  • "Bulletproof"
  • "Regret"
  • "Baby"
  • "Break Your Heart"
  • "All I Do Is Win"
  • "Ride"
  • "Beamer, Benz, or Bentley" (Remix)
  • "Porn Star Dancing"
  • "I Like"
  • "Saturday Night"
  • "Tonight (I'm Fuckin' You)"
  • "Welcome to My Hood" (Remix)
  • "Country Shit" (Remix)
  • "Little Bad Girl"
  • "Wet the Bed"
  • "Tonight (Best You Ever Had)"
  • "We in This Bitch"
  • "All Around the World"
  • "The Champion"
  • "SexBeat"
Other songs
  • "War with God"
  • "Wish You Would"
  • "Undisputed"
  • "Still Standing"
  • "Dirt Road Anthem"
  • "Shake Senora" (Remix)
Related articles
  • Disturbing tha Peace
  • WeMix

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The following is a list of albums released in 2005.

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First quarter

January

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref. January
4 Ol' Dirty Bastard Osirus Hip hop Sure Shot Recordings Ol' Dirty Bastard, DJ Premier, CHOPS, Mark Ronson, Ill Will Fulton [1] January
5 Firewind Forged by Fire [2] January
10 Adam Green Gemstones Anti-folk, alternative country Rough Trade Dan Myers [3] Kreator Enemy of God Thrash metal SPV/Steamhammer Andy Sneap [4] January
11 Cass McCombs PREfection 4AD [5] The Fiery Furnaces EP Indie rock Rough Trade Matthew Friedberger, Nicolas Vernhes [6] Living Colour Live from CBGB's Funk metal, heavy metal Legacy Jeff Magid, Vernon Reid [7] Trembling Blue Stars The Seven Autumn Flowers Bar/None [8] Various artists Coach Carter: Music from the Motion Picture Capitol Records Andrew Shack, Darius Jones [9] January
13 The Chemical Brothers Push the Button Electronica Virgin, Freestyle Dust, EMI The Chemical Brothers [10] January
17 Arena Pepper's Ghost Progressive rock Inside Out Music Clive Nolan [11] Grave Digger The Last Supper [12] January
18 Black Mountain Black Mountain Psychedelic rock, alternative rock, stoner rock Jagjaguwar Black Mountain [13] Fozzy All That Remains [14] The Game The Documentary [15] January
24 Apocalyptica Apocalyptica Symphonic metal, neoclassical metal, progressive metal, classical Universal Music Germany/Vertigo Apocalyptica [16] Dark Tranquillity Character Melodic death metal Century Media Dark Tranquillity [17] Erasure Nightbird Synth-pop Mute Erasure [18] Glenn Hughes Soul Mover Hard rock, funk, soul Frontiers, Yamaha, Sanctuary, EMI Glenn Hughes, Chad Smith, Fabrizio Grossi [19] LCD Soundsystem LCD Soundsystem Dance-punk DFA, Capitol, EMI The DFA [20] Lou Barlow Emoh Folk rock, lo-fi Merge Mark Nevers, Mark Miller, Josh Schwartz, Wally Gagel [21] M83 Before the Dawn Heals Us Synth-pop Mute, Virgin, Gooom Anthony Gonzalez [22] Masterplan Aeronautics Power metal AFM Andy Sneap, Masterplan [23] Mercury Rev The Secret Migration Alternative rock V2 Dave Fridmann, Mercury Rev [24] January
25 And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead Worlds Apart Alternative rock, art rock, indie rock, progressive rock Interscope Mike McCarthy, ...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead [25] Adrian Belew Side One Rock Sanctuary Adrian Belew [26] Ani DiFranco Knuckle Down Indie rock, folk rock Righteous Babe Ani DiFranco, Joe Henry [27] Bonnie 'Prince' Billy and Matt Sweeney Superwolf Drag City Paul Oldham, Will Oldham, Matt Sweeney [28] Bright Eyes Digital Ash in a Digital Urn Indie rock, electronica Saddle Creek Bright Eyes [29] Bright Eyes I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning Folk Saddle Creek Mike Mogis [30] Chamillionaire & Paul Wall Controversy Sells Southern hip hop Paid in Full Mista Madd, Myron "Big Catty" Wright, Drathoven, Crazy C, Beatco, Bluenote, Del, Whyle Chyle, T-Gray [31] Geto Boys The Foundation Gangsta rap, Southern hip hop Rap-A-Lot, Asylum, Elektra Mike Dean, Tone Capone, Scarface, Cory Mo, Mr. Mixx [32] Jimmy Chamberlin Complex Life Begins Again Jazz fusion Sanctuary Jimmy Chamberlin [33] Kenny Chesney Be as You Are (Songs from an Old Blue Chair) Country BNA Buddy Cannon, Kenny Chesney [34] LeAnn Rimes This Woman Country Asylum, Curb Dann Huff [35] Low The Great Destroyer Indie rock, noise rock, dream pop Sub Pop Dave Fridmann [36] Marianne Faithfull Before the Poison Rock, Alternative rock Anti-, Naive PJ Harvey, Nick Cave, Hal Willner, Rob Ellis, Head [37] The Octopus Project One Ten Hundred Thousand Million Indie rock Peek-A-Boo [38] Spock's Beard Octane Progressive rock Inside Out Music Spock's Beard [39] January
31 Athlete Tourist Indie rock Parlophone Victor Van Vugt, John Cornfield, Athlete [40] East 17 The Very Best of East Seventeen [41] Feeder Pushing the Senses Alternative rock, power pop, post-Britpop [42]

February

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref. February
1 Anberlin Never Take Friendship Personal Alternative rock, emo Tooth & Nail Aaron Sprinkle [43] Antony and the Johnsons I Am a Bird Now Baroque pop, art pop, soul, chamber pop Secretly Canadian Anohni [44] Brazilian Girls Brazilian Girls Alternative dance, downtempo, electronic, pop Verve Frederik Rubens, Brazilian Girls [45] High on Fire Blessed Black Wings Stoner metal, sludge metal Relapse Steve Albini [46] John Frusciante Curtains Rock Record Collection John Frusciante [47] Motley Crue Red, White & Crue Heavy metal, glam metal Motley Jeff Varner, Pat Lawrence [48] Unwritten Law Here's to the Mourning Alternative rock, pop punk, post-grunge, hard rock Lava Josh Abraham, Sean Beavan, Linda Perry [49] WarCry ?Donde Esta La Luz? Heavy metal, Power metal Jaus, Avispa Victor Garcia, Alberto Ardines [50] February
2 Bloc Party Silent Alarm Indie rock, post-punk revival Wichita Paul Epworth [51] Harry Watters Love Songs Jazz Summit [52] February
7 Karnivool Themata Nu metal, progressive metal, alternative metal MGM, Bieler Bros. Forrester Savell, Karnivool [53] February
8 3 Doors Down Seventeen Days Alternative rock, post-grunge Universal Johnny K [54] The Academy Is... Almost Here Pop, pop punk, pop rock, rock Fueled by Ramen James Paul Wisner [55] Andrew Bird Andrew Bird & the Mysterious Production of Eggs Indie folk, chamber pop Righteous Babe Andrew Bird, David Boucher [56] Brian McKnight Gemini R&B Motown Brian McKnight, Brandon Barnes [57] Sage Francis A Healthy Distrust Hip hop Epitaph Reanimator, Alias, Danger Mouse, Joe Beats, Daddy Kev, Controller 7, Sixtoo, Varick Pyr [58] Crowbar Lifesblood for the Downtrodden Sludge metal Candlelight Warren Riker, Rex Brown [59] Eisley Room Noises Indie rock Reprise Rob Schnapf, Rob Cavallo, Aaron Sprinkle, John Shanks, Eisley [60] Lee Ann Womack There's More Where That Came From Country MCA Nashville Greg Droman, Byron Gallimore [61] Michael Buble It's Time Jazz, traditional pop 143, Reprise David Foster, Humberto Gatica, Tommy LiPuma [62] February
11 The Mars Volta Frances the Mute Progressive rock [63] February
14 The Boy Least Likely To The Best Party Ever Twee pop Too Young to Die Pete Hobbs, Jof Owen [64] Electric Six Senor Smoke Rock WEA Peters & Peters [65] February
15 American Head Charge The Feeding Industrial metal, nu metal, alternative metal DRT Entertainment, Nitrus Greg Fidelman [66] Goldfinger Disconnection Notice Pop punk, punk rock, alternative rock Maverick John Feldmann [67] Mary Gauthier Mercy Now Country, folk Lost Highway Gurf Morlix [68] The Sound of Animals Fighting Tiger and the Duke Experimental rock Stars and Satellites Records Rich Balling [69] February
20 Tori Amos The Beekeeper Soul, chamber pop Epic Tori Amos [70] February
21 Doves Some Cities Indie rock Heavenly Doves, Ben Hillier [71] February
22 Armor for Sleep What to Do When You Are Dead Emo, punk rock Equal Vision Machine [72] Ben Lee Awake Is the New Sleep Indie pop New West, Inertia Distribution Brad Wood [73] Bone Brothers Bone Brothers Midwest hip hop, Gangsta rap Koch Deenucka, Self, Cliff Branch, Mauly T [74] By Night Burn the Flags Death metal, extreme metal Lifeforce [75] Chely Wright The Metropolitan Hotel Country Painted Red, Dualtone Chely Wright [76] Crooked Fingers Dignity and Shame Indie rock Merge Eric Bachman, Martin Feveyear [77] Heartless Bastards Stairs and Elevators Fat Possum [78] Kino Picture Progressive rock Inside Out Music Simon Hanhart [79] M. Ward Transistor Radio Folk Merge, Matador M. Ward [80] Omarion O R&B, hip hop, hip hop soul, soul Epic, Sony Urban Allstar, Exchange Student, Tha Corna Boyz, Lenton Hutton, Kenneth "K Young" Pratt, Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins, Sean "The Pen" Garrett, Gil Smith II, Kowan "Q" Paul, Marques Houston, The Neptunes, The Underdogs, Antonio Dixon, Tank [81] Roger Miret and The Disasters 1984 Punk Hellcat Roger Miret [82] Steve Vai Real Illusions: Reflections Instrumental rock, progressive metal, heavy metal, hard rock Epic Steve Vai [83] Thievery Corporation The Cosmic Game Dub, trip hop, downtempo ESL Rob Garza, Eric Hilton [84] TRU The Truth Southern hip hop, gangsta rap The New No Limit, Koch Master P, Drumma Boy, Kaos, Myke Diesel, Bass Heavy [85] William Elliott Whitmore Ashes to Dust Alternative country Southern [86] February
23 Jennifer Lopez Rebirth Dance, hip hop, R&B [87] Judas Priest Angel of Retribution Heavy metal Epic Roy Z, Judas Priest [88]

March

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref. March
1 Emanuel Soundtrack to a Headrush Post-hardcore, emo Vagrant Machine [89] Jack Johnson In Between Dreams Folk rock, acoustic Brushfire Mario Caldato Jr. [90] Jessi Alexander Honeysuckle Sweet Country Columbia [91] Kathleen Edwards Back to Me Country MapleMusic, Zoe Records Colin Cripps, Pierre Marchand [92] Kutless Strong Tower Christian rock, alternative rock, contemporary worship music BEC Aaron Sprinkle [93] March
3 50 Cent The Massacre Hardcore hip hop, Gangsta rap Shady, Aftermath, Interscope 50 Cent, Bang Out, Bass Brothers, Black Jeruz, Buckwild, Cool & Dre, Cue Beats, Dangerous LLC, Disco D, Dr. Dre, Eminem, Hi-Tek, J.R. Rotem, Luis Resto, Mike Elizondo, Needlz, Scott Storch, Sha Money XL, Sire [94] March
4 HammerFall Chapter V: Unbent, Unbowed, Unbroken Heavy metal, power metal Nuclear Blast Charlie Bauerfeind [95] March
7 Idlewild Warnings/Promises Rock Parlophone Tony Hoffer, Dave Eringa [96] Kaiser Chiefs Employment Alternative rock, indie rock B-Unique Stephen Street, Stephen Harris [97] March
8 Black Label Society Mafia Heavy metal Artemis Zakk Wylde [98] Craig Morgan My Kind of Livin' Country Broken Bow Craig Morgan, Phil O'Donnell [99] Deana Carter The Story of My Life Country Vanguard Deana Carter [100] Gratitude Gratitude Alternative rock, emo Atlantic Jim Scott [101] Impaled Death After Life Century Media Trey Spruance [102] Marcus Miller Silver Rain Jazz fusion [103] Sam Prekop Who's Your New Professor Post-rock [104] March
9 Dir En Grey Withering to Death Gothic metal, alternative metal, industrial metal [105] March
14 Al Green Everything's OK Soul, Rhythm and blues Blue Note Willie Mitchell, Al Green [106] The Bravery The Bravery Indie rock, post-punk revival, dance-punk Polydor, Island Sam Endicott [107] Brendan Benson The Alternative to Love Rock V2 Brendan Benson, Tchad Blake [108] Daft Punk Human After All Dance-rock Virgin Thomas Bangalter, Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, Cedric Hervet|Gildas Loaec [109] Moby Hotel Alternative rock, electronica, downtempo, trip hop V2, Mute Moby [110] Stereophonics Language. Sex. Violence. Other? Rock V2 Kelly Jones, Jim Lowe [111] March
15 Brooke Valentine Chain Letter R&B, pop, hip hop Virgin Bink, Bloodshy & Avant, Deja "The Great", Josh Deutsch, Heatmakerz, Jermaine Dupri, Brandon Howard, Lil Jon, Matt Serletic, Soul Diggas [112] Dr. Dog Easy Beat Psychedelic rock Park the Van [113] Miranda Lambert Kerosene Country Epic Nashville Frank Liddell, Mike Wrucke [114] Origin Echoes of Decimation Technical death metal Relapse Origin, Clinton Appelhanz, Robert Rebeck [115] March
21 Louis XIV The Best Little Secrets Are Kept Indie rock, garage rock Atlantic Jason Hill [116] Ocean Colour Scene A Hyperactive Workout for the Flying Squad Alternative rock Sanctuary Dave Eringa [117] Queens of the Stone Age Lullabies to Paralyze Stoner rock Interscope [118] Trust Company True Parallels Nu metal|, post-grunge Geffen [119] Tweet It's Me Again R&B Atlantic [120] March
22 Aqualung Strange and Beautiful Rock [121] Billy Idol Devil's Playground Punk rock, new wave, hard rock Sanctuary Keith Forsey [122] C-Murder The Truest Shit I Ever Said [123] The Decemberists Picaresque [124] Frankie J The One [125] Jars of Clay Redemption Songs Christian rock Essential [126] Lifehouse Lifehouse Pop rock Geffen John Alagia, Jude Cole [127] M.I.A. Arular [128] Maia Sharp Fine Upstanding Citizen [129] Ozzy Osbourne Prince of Darkness [130] Strapping Young Lad Alien Extreme metal Century Media Devin Townsend, Strapping Young Lad [131] Trace Adkins Songs About Me [132] March
24 Porcupine Tree Deadwing [133] March
28 New Order Waiting for the Sirens' Call [134] March
29 Beanie Sigel The B. Coming [135] Beck Guero [136] Edan Beauty and the Beat [137] The Game West Coast Resurrection [138] James LaBrie Elements of Persuasion [139] Mae The Everglow [140] Morrissey Live at Earls Court [141] Reggie and the Full Effect Songs Not to Get Married To Post-hardcore, metalcore, pop punk, emo Vagrant Ed Rose [142] Theory of a Deadman Gasoline [143] Three 6 Mafia Choices II: The Setup [144] Thrice If We Could Only See Us Now [145] Will Smith Lost and Found Hip hop Interscope Omarr "O. Banga" Rambert, The Freshmen, Treezah, Hotrunner, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Polow da Don, Kwame, Jae Staxx, JYP, G1, DJ Twinz, Eleet Beats, Co P, Mike Hype, Tony Dofat [146] March
31 Vivian Green Vivian [147]

Second quarter

April

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref. April
4 Better Than Ezra Before the Robots Alternative, country rock, Southern rock Artemis, IndieBlu Music, Song Records BTE, Ethan Allen [148] British Sea Power Open Season Post-punk revival, indie rock Rough Trade Mads Bjerke, Graham Sutton [149] Hot Hot Heat Elevator Indie rock [150] Natalie Imbruglia Counting Down the Days Pop Brightside Recordings [151] Nerina Pallot Fires Pop rock, alternative rock Idaho Records, 14th Floor Nerina Pallot, Howard Willing, Wendy Melvoin, Eric Rosse [152] Tom Vek We Have Sound Indietronica, indie rock, dance-punk [153] VNV Nation Matter + Form Futurepop, electro-industrial, electropop [154] April
5 Adema Planets Alternative metal, post-grunge, nu metal [155] Architecture in Helsinki In Case We Die Indie pop [156] Corrosion of Conformity In the Arms of God Stoner rock, sludge metal, southern rock Sanctuary Corrosion of Conformity, John Custer [157] Despised Icon The Healing Process Deathcore Century Media [158] Faith Evans The First Lady R&B [159] Fantomas Suspended Animation Avant-garde metal [160] Fischerspooner Odyssey Electroclash, synth-pop, electropop [161] Lisa Marie Presley Now What Rock, pop rock [162] Okkervil River Black Sheep Boy Indie rock, folk rock [163] Reel Big Fish We're Not Happy 'til You're Not Happy Ska punk Mojo, Jive Aaron Barrett [164] The Residents Animal Lover Experimental rock [165] Rob Thomas ...Something to Be Pop rock, alternative rock [166] Serena Ryder Unlikely Emergency Alternative [167] A Static Lullaby Faso Latido Post-hardcore, alternative rock [168] April
11 Garbage Bleed Like Me Alternative rock, post-grunge, electronic rock A&E, Warner Bros. Garbage, John King [169] I Am Kloot Gods and Monsters Indie rock [170] The Locust Safety Second, Body Last Mathcore, noise rock [171] Marc Leclair Musique pour 3 Femmes Enceintes Mutek Records [172] Melanie C Beautiful Intentions Pop rock, alternative rock [173] April
12 Against All Authority and Common Rider Against All Authority / Common Rider Punk rock, ska punk [174] American Hi-Fi Hearts on Parade Pop punk Maverick [175] Cog The New Normal Progressive rock [176] Mariah Carey The Emancipation of Mimi R&B, pop, hip hop [177] Martha Wainwright Martha Wainwright Folk, Pop [178] Mudvayne Lost and Found Alternative metal Epic [179] The National Alligator Indie rock, post-punk revival Beggars Banquet Peter Katis, Paul Mahajan [180] of Montreal The Sunlandic Twins Indie pop, funk, synth-pop, neo-psychedelia [181] April
15 Amy Ray Prom Folk rock [182] April
18 Autechre Untilted Electronic, IDM, glitch, experimental Warp Autechre [183] Caribou The Milk of Human Kindness Folktronica, electronica, neo-psychedelia The Leaf Label, Domino Dan Snaith [184] yourcodenameis:milo Ignoto Post-hardcore [185] April
19 Anna Nalick Wreck of the Day Pop rock Columbia Eric Rosse, Christopher Thorn, Brad Smith [186] The Cat Empire Two Shoes Ska, jazz Virgin Jerry Boys, Felix Riebl, The Cat Empire [187] Loudon Wainwright III Here Come the Choppers Folk rock Sovereign Records Lee Townsend [188] Mike Jones Who Is Mike Jones? Hip hop Swishahouse, Asylum, Warner Bros. Pretty Todd, Mike Jones, Salih Williams, DJ Paul, Juicy J, Young Hollywood, Kojack [189] Outlawz Outlaw 4 Life: 2005 A.P. Gangsta rap 33rd Street, 1Nation Focus..., Armando Colon, Gorilla Tek, J-Mack, Outlawz, The Legendary Traxster [190] Stace England Greetings from Cairo, Illinois Folk, rock, country Gnashville Sounds Records Stace England, Mike Lescelius [191] Steel Train Twilight Tales from the Prairies of the Sun Drive-Thru Stephen Barncard [192] April
25 Ben Folds Songs for Silverman Alternative rock Sony Music, Epic Ben Folds, John Mark Painter [193] Robert Plant and the Strange Sensation Mighty ReArranger Progressive rock, hard rock, worldbeat Sanctuary, Es Paranza Phil Johnstone, Robert Plant, Mark Stent [194] Van der Graaf Generator Present Progressive rock, art rock Charisma [195] April
26 Acceptance Phantoms Pop rock Columbia Aaron Sprinkle [196] Ameriie Touch R&B, go-go, funk, hip hop soul Columbia, Sony Urban, Richcraft Rich Harrison, Dre & Vidal, Lil Jon, Red Spyda, Bryce Wilson, Bink, The Buchanans [197] Bruce Springsteen Devils & Dust Rock, folk rock Columbia Brendan O'Brien [198] Caesars Paper Tigers Indie rock Toshiba-EMI, Virgin, Astralwerks Joakim Ahlund, Michael Brauer [199] Eels Blinking Lights and Other Revelations Indie rock Vagrant E [200] Family Guy Family Guy: Live in Vegas Jazz Geffen Seth MacFarlane, Walter Murphy [201] Johnathan Rice Trouble Is Real One Little Indian Mike Mogis [202] Lyrics Born Same!@$ Different Day Hip hop Quannum Projects Lyrics Born, Jumbo, Dan the Automator, Young Einstein, Stereo MCs, Halou, DJ Shadow, Chief Xcel, The Poets of Rhythm, Morcheeba, Capricorn II, DJ Spinna [203] Master P Ghetto Bill Southern hip hop, gangsta rap The New No Limit, Koch Master P [204] The Mountain Goats The Sunset Tree Folk rock 4AD John Vanderslice [205] Russell Allen Atomic Soul Hard rock Inside Out Russell Allen [206] April
27 Robyn Robyn Synth-pop, dance-pop, Europop Konichiwa Klas Ahlund, Patrik Berger, Kleerup, The Knife, Johan Liljedahl, Teddybears, Fabian "Phat Fabe" Torsson [207]

May

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref. May
2 Lacrimosa Lichtgestalt [208] Limp Bizkit The Unquestionable Truth (Part 1) [209] Teenage Fanclub Man-Made [210] May
3 Aimee Mann The Forgotten Arm [211] Fall Out Boy From Under the Cork Tree [212] The Go-Betweens Oceans Apart [213] The Hold Steady Separation Sunday [214] Joe Perry Joe Perry [215] John Williams Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith [216] Nine Inch Nails With Teeth Industrial rock, electronic rock Interscope Trent Reznor, Alan Moulder, Atticus Ross [217] Nivea Complicated Jive Nivea, The-Dream, Lil Jon, Jermaine Dupri, Bryan-Michael Cox, R. Kelly, Nastacia Kendall, Larry Campbell [218] Oneida The Wedding [219] The Raveonettes Pretty in Black [220] Ryan Adams and the Cardinals Cold Roses Alternative country, country rock Lost Highway Tom Schick [221] Sloan A Sides Win: Singles 19922005 [222] May
9 The Unseen State of Discontent [223] May
10 Dave Matthews Band Stand Up Soft rock RCA Mark Batson [224] Dierks Bentley Modern Day Drifter Country Capitol Nashville Brett Beavers [225] FannyPack See You Next Tuesday [226] The Flaming Lips Late Night Tales: The Flaming Lips [227] GZR Ohmwork Heavy metal , groove metal Sanctuary Geezer Butler [228] John Cena & Tha Trademarc You Can't See Me Pop-rap WWE, Columbia James McEwan, Todd Spadafore, Jake Dutton, Eli Nachowitz, Hidden Agenda [229] Kate Earl Fate Is the Hunter [230] Lucinda Williams Live @ The Fillmore [231] Pray for the Soul of Betty Pray for the Soul of Betty [232] Prince Paul Itstrumental [233] Robert Earl Keen What I Really Mean [234] Spoon Gimme Fiction [235] The Starting Line Based on a True Story Pop punk Drive-Thru, Geffen [236] Styx Big Bang Theory [237] Van Zant Get Right with the Man Country Columbia Mark Wright [238] Weezer Make Believe [239] May
11 Gorillaz Demon Days [240] May
16 Maximo Park A Certain Trigger [241] Meshuggah Catch Thirtythree [242] Tracy Bonham Blink the Brightest [243] May
17 Cowboy Troy Loco Motive [244] C-Rayz Walz Year of the Beast [245] Def Leppard Rock of Ages: The Definitive Collection [246] Kem Album II [247] Memphis Bleek 534 [248] The Red Chord Clients [249] The Rocket Summer Hello, Good Friend [250] System of a Down Mezmerize Columbia, American Daron Malakian, Rick Rubin [251] Toby Keith Honkytonk University [252] Van Morrison Magic Time [253] May
23 Audioslave Out of Exile Alternative metal, hard rock Interscope Rick Rubin, Audioslave [254] Bruce Dickinson Tyranny of Souls [255] Four Tet Everything Ecstatic [256] Natacha Atlas The Best of Natacha Atlas [257] May
24 Alkaline Trio Crimson Punk rock Vagrant Jerry Finn [258] Common Be Hip hop, neo soul, jazz rap GOOD, Geffen Kanye West, Common|, Dilla, James Poyser, Karriem Riggins [259] Maria Taylor 11:11 Folktronica Saddle Creek Andy LeMaster, Mike Mogis [260] Marques Houston Naked R&B, urban, hip hop soul Ultimate, Universal Ketrina Askew, Marques Houston, Henley Regisford Jr., Chris Stokes, The Underdogs, Cory Bold, Chris "Rawdog" Denson, Brandon Howard, Pierre Medor, Rufus Blaq, Tank, Tiger DaBeat Banga [261] Molly Hatchet Warriors of the Rainbow Bridge Southern rock SPV Bobby Ingram [262] Nikka Costa Can'tneverdidnothin' Virgin Justin Stanley, Nikka Costa [263] Pretty Ricky Bluestars [264] Robert Cray Twenty Blues Sanctuary Robert Cray, James Pugh [265] Screaming Trees Ocean of Confusion: Songs of Screaming Trees 19901996 Grunge, neo-psychedelia Epic [266] Seether Karma and Effect Post-grunge, alternative metal, nu metal Wind-up Bob Marlette [267] Shelby Lynne Suit Yourself Country Capitol Shelby Lynne [268] Sleater-Kinney The Woods Indie rock Sub Pop Dave Fridmann [269] Son Volt A Retrospective: 19952000 Alternative country, alternative rock [270] Various artists Motown Remixed Funk, soul Motown, Universal [271] The Wallflowers Rebel, Sweetheart Alternative rock, roots rock Interscope Brendan O'Brien [272] May
25 The Black Eyed Peas Monkey Business Hip hop [273] May
30 Art Brut Bang Bang Rock & Roll [274] Life of Agony Broken Valley [275] Oasis Don't Believe the Truth [276] May
31 The Dead 60s The Dead 60s [277] Paul Anka Rock Swings [278] Smog A River Ain't Too Much To Love [279]

June

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref. June
3 Shakira Fijacion Oral, Vol. 1 Latin pop Epic Gustavo Cerati, Lester Mendez, Luis F. Ochoa, Rick Rubin, Shakira [280] June
6 Avenged Sevenfold City of Evil Heavy metal Warner Bros. Avenged Sevenfold, Andrew Murdock [281] Coldplay X&Y Alternative rock, post-Britpop, space rock Parlophone, Capitol Coldplay, Ken Nelson, Danton Supple [282] Geri Halliwell Passion Pop, jazz, dance-pop, electropop Innocent, EMI Peter-John Vettese, Korpi & Blackcell, Ian Masterson, Absolute, Steve Power, Quiz & Larossi [283] Gotthard Lipservice [284] The Hellacopters Rock & Roll Is Dead [285] Isolee We Are Monster [286] MxPx Panic Punk rock SideOneDummy Stephen Egerton, Gavin MacKillop [287] Saint Etienne Tales from Turnpike House [288] The Tears Here Come the Tears [289] June
7 The Aquabats Charge!! Rock, new wave, synth-pop Nitro Cameron Webb [290] Death by Stereo Death for Life Heavy metal, hardcore punk Epitaph The Factory, (Fred Archambault and Bruce MacFarlane) [291] Dream Theater Octavarium Progressive metal Atlantic John Petrucci, Mike Portnoy [292] Finch Say Hello to Sunshine Post-hardcore Drive-Thru, Geffen Jason Cupp, Ben Moore, Finch [293] John Scofield That's What I Say: John Scofield Plays the Music of Ray Charles Soul jazz, rhythm and blues, funk Verve Steve Jordan [294] Kelly Osbourne Sleeping in the Nothing New wave, synth-pop, dance-rock Sanctuary Linda Perry [295] Motion City Soundtrack Commit This to Memory Emo, pop punk Epitaph Mark Hoppus [296] Novillero Aim Right for the Holes in Their Lives Indie rock, pop Mint Novillero [297] Ringo Starr Choose Love Rock Koch, CNR Ringo Starr, Mark Hudson [298] Ry Cooder Chavez Ravine Chicano rock, Tex-Mex Nonesuch Ry Cooder [299] The White Stripes Get Behind Me Satan Garage rock, alternative rock, blues rock V2, XL Jack White [300] June
13 Alanis Morissette Jagged Little Pill Acoustic [301] Brian Eno Another Day on Earth [302] The Departure Dirty Words [303] Jamie Lidell Multiply [304] June
14 54-40 Yes to Everything [305] Backstreet Boys Never Gone Pop Jive John Brorson, Dr. Luke, John Fields, Billy Mann, Max Martin, Dan Muckala, Christian Nilsson, John Shanks, Supa'Flyas, Mark Taylor, Gregg Wattenberg, Paul Wiltshire, Victoria Wu, Rami [306] Dwight Yoakam Blame the Vain [307] Eric Johnson Bloom [308] Fat Joe All or Nothing Hip hop Terror Squad, Atlantic Streetrunner, The Runners, Eminem, DJ Nasty & LVM, Just Blaze, Cool & Dre, Swizz Beatz, Scott Storch, DJ Khaled, Timbaland, Lil Jon [309] Foo Fighters In Your Honor Alternative rock, hard rock RCA Foo Fighters, Nick Raskulinecz [310] Funeral for a Friend Hours [311] Static-X Start a War Industrial metal, nu metal Warner Bros. Ulrich Wild, Tom Whalley, Wayne Static [312] June
15 Jamiroquai Dynamite Nu-funk, acid jazz, post-disco, soft rock Epic Jay Kay, Mike Spencer [313] June
20 The Cribs The New Fellas Indie rock, post-punk revival, garage rock Wichita Edwyn Collins [314] The Offspring Greatest Hits [315] June
21 Billy Corgan TheFutureEmbrace [316] Boyz n da Hood Boyz n da Hood Southern hip hop Bad Boy South, Block, Atlantic Sean Combs, Jazze Pha, Nitti, DJ Toomp, Erick Sermon, Drumma Boy, Block [317] Buckshot & 9th Wonder Chemistry Hip hop Duck Down 9th Wonder [318] Canibus Mind Control Hip hop Gladiator Music, Tommy Boy Mark Sparks [319] Clutch Robot Hive/Exodus Hard rock DRT J. Robbins, Clutch [320] Dredg Catch Without Arms [321] Dropkick Murphys The Warrior's Code Celtic punk, punk rock, hardcore punk Hellcat Ken Casey, David Bianco [322] John Hiatt Master of Disaster [323] Keyshia Cole The Way It Is R&B, hip hop soul A&M Keyshia Cole, Ron Fair, Kerry Brothers Jr., Gregory G. Curtis, Deisel, E-Poppi, Damon Elliott, Sean Garrett, Tal Herzberg, Loren Hill, Mix, Polow da Don, Chink Santana, Rich Shelton, Toxic, Kevin Veney, Kanye West [324] Laura Cantrell Humming by the Flowered Vine [325] The Redwalls De Nova [326] Telepopmusik Angel Milk [327] Transplants Haunted Cities [328] Various artists Look at All the Love We Found Punk rock, ska, reggae Cornerstone RAS Sublime [329] June
22 Royksopp The Understanding [330] June
25 A Teen Dance Ordinance [331] June
27 Darkane Layers of Lies [332] Melanie Brown L.A. State of Mind Pop, acoustic Amber Cafe Laurie Jay, Kevin Malpass [333] Pennywise The Fuse Punk rock, skate punk, melodic hardcore Epitaph Pennywise, Darian Rundall [334] June
28 Bif Naked Superbeautifulmonster [335] Bizarre Hannicap Circus Hip hop Sanctuary, Sony BMG Hi-Tek, Mr. Porter, Eminem, PMG, Shea, Sicknotes, Sol Messiah, Erick Sermon, Mike Chav, Silent Riot, J Thrill, Raphael Saadiq [336] Cassidy I'm a Hustla Hip hop J, Full Surface, Ruff Ryders Swizz Beatz, Bink, Devo Springsteen, Hi-Tek, Neo da Matrix, Nottz, Cassidy, L.E.S., The Individualz, Lamont "Logic" Coleman, Devon "Gold" Golder [337] CKY An Answer Can Be Found [338] Clap Your Hands Say Yeah Clap Your Hands Say Yeah Indie rock, post-punk revival Wichita Adam Lasus, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah [339] Darkest Hour Undoing Ruin [340] DevilDriver The Fury of Our Maker's Hand Groove metal Roadrunner [341] Esthero Wikked Lil' Grrrls [342] Fountains of Wayne Out-of-State Plates [343] George Strait Somewhere Down in Texas Country MCA Nashville Tony Brown, George Strait [344] Hate Eternal I, Monarch Death metal Earache Erik Rutan [345] Lesley Gore Ever Since [346] Longwave There's a Fire Indie rock, shoegaze RCA John Leckie [347] The Posies Every Kind of Light [348] The String Cheese Incident One Step Closer [349] Ying Yang Twins U.S.A. (United State of Atlanta) Southern hip hop, crunk TVT Mr. Collipark [350]

Third quarter

July

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref. July
4 Alice Cooper Dirty Diamonds [351] Armand Van Helden Nympho House, electronica, nu-disco, big beat Southern Fried Armand Van Helden [352] Brakes Give Blood [353] Hard-Fi Stars of CCTV [354] Missy Elliott The Cookbook [355] The Subways Young for Eternity [356] July
5 Iron Maiden The Essential Iron Maiden [357] R. Kelly TP.3 Reloaded R&B, reggae reggaeton, hip hop Jive R. Kelly, Luny Tunes [358] Sufjan Stevens Illinois [359] July
11 Charlotte Church Tissues and Issues Dance-pop, pop rock, R&B, soul Sony BMG [360] Tony Iommi with Glenn Hughes Fused Heavy metal Sanctuary Bob Marlette, Tony Iommi [361] July
12 Adrian Belew Side Two Rock, experimental rock, avant-garde, electronic Sanctuary Adrian Belew [362] The All-American Rejects Move Along [363] Bow Wow Wanted Hip hop Columbia [364] Brandi Carlile Brandi Carlile [365] Bronson Arroyo Covering the Bases [366] Carole King The Living Room Tour [367] Just Surrender If These Streets Could Talk [368] Slim Thug Already Platinum [369] Various artists Hustle & Flow: Music From and Inspired by the Motion Picture [370] Violent Femmes Permanent Record: The Very Best of Violent Femmes [371] July
18 Imogen Heap Speak for Yourself Electronic, pop Megaphonic, RCA Victor, White Rabbit Imogen Heap [372] UB40 Who You Fighting For? Reggae DEP UB40 [373] July
19 Carly Simon Moonlight Serenade Pop standards Columbia Richard Perry [374] Frank Black Honeycomb Americana, alternative country, Southern soul Back Porch, Cooking Vinyl Jon Tiven [375] Number One Gun Promises for the Imperfect Christian rock, alternative rock Tooth & Nail Aaron Sprinkle [376] Thalia El Sexto Sentido Latin pop, dance-pop, electropop EMI Latin Thalia, Dan Shea, Cory Rooney, Estefano, Julio C. Reyes, Jose Luis Pagan [377] Various artists Now That's What I Call Music! 19 Capitol [378] July
25 Bjork Drawing Restraint 9 [379] Crazy Frog Crazy Hits [380] Editors The Back Room Indie rock, post-punk revival Kitchenware Jim Abbiss, Gavin Monaghan [381] July
26 Ana Popovic Ana! Live in Amsterdam Electric blues, blues rock Ruf Thomas Ruf [382] Arch Enemy Doomsday Machine Melodic death metal Century Media Rickard Bengtsson [383] Babyface Grown & Sexy R&B Arista Babyface, Gregg Pagani, The Underdogs [384] Bob Mould Body of Song Alternative rock Granary Music, Yep Roc Bob Mould [385] Boys Night Out Trainwreck [386] The Concretes Layourbattleaxedown Indie pop Astralwerks The Concretes, Jari Haapalainen [387] Daniel Powter Daniel Powter Indie pop, pop rock Warner Bros. Jeff Dawson, Mitchell Froom [388] Dope American Apathy Nu metal, industrial metal Artemis Edsel Dope [389] Goldrush Ozona Alternative rock Better Looking Dave Fridmann [390] Jason Mraz Mr. A-Z Pop rock, alternative rock Atlantic Steve Lillywhite, Josh Deutsch, Kevin Kadish [391] Nevermore This Godless Endeavor Progressive metal, thrash metal Century Media Andy Sneap [392] Paramore All We Know Is Falling Pop punk, emo, pop rock Fueled by Ramen James Paul Wisner, Mike Green, Roger Alan Nichols, Nick Trevisick [393] Trey Songz I Gotta Make It R&B, hip hop soul Atlantic Troy Taylor, Mike Caren, Scott Storch, Warryn Campbell, J.R. Rotem, Delante Murphy, Bei Maejor [394] Yngwie Malmsteen Unleash the Fury Neoclassical metal, heavy metal Spitfire Yngwie Malmsteen [395] Young Jeezy Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101 Hip hop, Southern hip hop, gangsta rap Corporate Thugz, Def Jam Jeezy, Kinky B, Shawty Redd, J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, Midnight Black, Lil' C, Jazze Pha, Nitti, Mr. Collipark, Don Cannon, Mannie Fresh, Drumma Boy, Khao, Sanchez Holmes [396]

August

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref. August
1 Madball Legacy [397] August
2 Faith Hill Fireflies Country Warner Bros. Nashville Byron Gallimore, Faith Hill, Dann Huff [398] Houston Calls A Collection of Short Stories [399] Michael Penn Mr. Hollywood Jr., 1947 [400] Teairra Mari Roc-A-Fella Records Presents Teairra Mari [401] Willie Nelson Countryman [402] August
4 John Lennon Peace, Love & Truth [403] August
8 Hayley Westenra Odyssey [404] Nickel Creek Why Should the Fire Die? [405] August
9 Chimaira Chimaira Groove metal, metalcore Roadrunner Ben Schigel, Mark Hunter [406] Gogol Bordello Gypsy Punks: Underdog World Strike Gypsy punk SideOneDummy Steve Albini, Gogol Bordello [407] Hootie & the Blowfish Looking for Lucky Roots rock, pop rock Vanguard Don Gehman [408] Juliana Hatfield Made in China Alternative rock Ye Olde Records Juliana Hatfield [409] Proof Searching for Jerry Garcia Hip hop, hardcore hip hop Iron Fist Records Mr. Porter, Eminem, B-Real, Emile, Nick Speed, Sicknotes, Black Milk, Fredwreck, Essman, DJ Jewels, Ski, Salam Wreck, Dirty Bird [410] Richard Thompson Front Parlour Ballads Contemporary folk Cooking Vinyl Richard Thompson, Simon Tassano [411] Staind Chapter V Post-grunge, alternative metal Flip, Atlantic David Bottrill, Staind [412] Stephen Stills Man Alive! Rock Titan/Pyramid Records Stephen Stills, Joe Vitale [413] The Suicide Machines War Profiteering Is Killing Us All Punk rock, ska punk, hardcore punk SideOneDummy Bill Stevenson, Jason Livermore, The Suicide Machines [414] Tommy Lee Tommyland: The Ride Hard rock, alternative rock, post-grunge TL Education Services Inc. Scott Humphrey, Tommy Lee [415] Various artists Killer Queen: A Tribute to Queen Rock, hard rock Hollywood Brian Reeves [416] August
10 Hilary Duff Most Wanted Pop, teen pop Hollywood Chico Bennett, Meredith Brooks, Julian Bunetta, Andreas Carlsson, Desmond Child, Chris Cox, DJ Kaya, Kevin De Clue, Dead Executives, Haylie Duff, Hilary Duff, Matthew Gerrard, The Matrix, Charlie Midnight, Andre Recke, John Shanks, Joel Soyffer, Spider, Greg Wells, Denny Weston Jr [417] August
15 The Rakes Capture/Release Post-punk revival V2 Paul Epworth, The Rakes [418] Supergrass Road to Rouen Alternative rock, art rock, psychedelic Parlophone Supergrass [419] August
16 311 Don't Tread on Me Alternative rock, reggae rock Volcano Entertainment Ron Saint Germain, 311 [420] Aly & AJ Into the Rush Pop rock Hollywood Antonina Armato, Andy Dodd, Matthew Gerrard, Leah Haywood, Daniel James, Tim James, Jon Lind, Adam Watts [421] Brad Paisley Time Well Wasted Country Arista Nashville Frank Rogers [422] The Click Five Greetings from Imrie House Pop punk, power pop, pop rock, alternative rock, new wave, pop Atlantic, Lava Mike Deneen [423] Cowboy Junkies Early 21st Century Blues Alternative country Latent, Zoe, Cooking Vinyl Michael Timmins [424] The Fall of Troy Doppelganger Equal Vision [425] Fun Lovin' Criminals Livin' in the City Jazz rap, hip hop, alternative rock, blues, funk Sanctuary Fun Lovin' Criminals [426] Madness The Dangermen Sessions Vol. 1 Ska, reggae, 2 tone Live and Intensified Dennis Bovell, Steve Dub, Segs, Madness [427] Pras Win Lose or Draw Hip hop, pop-rap, reggae fusion Universal Pras, Wyclef Jean [428] Silverstein Discovering the Waterfront Emo, post-hardcore Victory Cameron Webb [429] Stryper Reborn Christian metal, nu metal Big 3 Records Michael Sweet, Kenny Lewis [430] Taproot Blue-Sky Research Post-grunge, alternative metal Atlantic, Velvet Hammer Toby Wright [431] Todd Agnew Reflection of Something Christian rock, contemporary Christian music Ardent, SRE, Epic John Hampton [432] The Trews Den of Thieves Hard rock, alternative rock Epic, RED Distribution Jack Douglas [433] A Wilhelm Scream Ruiner Melodic hardcore, punk rock, math rock Nitro Bill Stevenson, Jason Livermore [434] August
17 Goldfrapp Supernature Electroclash, synth-pop, glam rock, trip hop Mute Goldfrapp [435] August
19 Rihanna Music of the Sun [436] August
22 Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Howl Americana, alternative rock, garage rock RCA, Echo [437] Fear Factory Transgression [438] Super Furry Animals Love Kraft [439] August
23 Bayside Bayside [440] Beautiful Creatures Deuce [441] The Bled Found in the Flood [442] The Brian Jonestown Massacre We Are the Radio [443] Hush Bulletproof Midwest hip hop, rap rock Geffen [444] I Wayne Lava Ground [445] Jack's Mannequin Everything in Transit [446] Jim Jones Harlem: Diary of a Summer [447] June If You Speak Any Faster [448] Laura Veirs Year of Meteors [449] Leo Kottke and Mike Gordon Sixty Six Steps [450] The New Pornographers Twin Cinema [451] Scarling. So Long, Scarecrow [452] Trick Pony R.I.D.E. Country Asylum, Curb Chuck Howard, Anthony L. Smith, Ira Dean [453] August
29 Bloc Party Silent Alarm Remixed [454] Eric Clapton Back Home [455] Journey Generations [456] McFly Wonderland [457] Opeth Ghost Reveries [458] August
30 Biohazard Means to an End [459] Brooks & Dunn Hillbilly Deluxe [460] Casting Crowns Lifesong [461] The Clientele Strange Geometry [462] Cold A Different Kind of Pain Alternative metal Atlantic, Lava Michael "Elvis" Baskette [463] Death Cab for Cutie Plans Indie rock, indie pop Atlantic, Barsuk Chris Walla [464] From Autumn to Ashes Abandon Your Friends Screamo, metalcore, emo, post-hardcore Vagrant [465] Heather Nova Redbird [466] Kanye West Late Registration [467] OK Go Oh No [468] Our Lady Peace Healthy in Paranoid Times [469] Protest the Hero Kezia Progressive metal, mathcore Underground Operations, Vagrant [470] Thirty Seconds to Mars A Beautiful Lie Alternative rock Immortal, Virgin Josh Abraham, Thirty Seconds to Mars [471] Vendetta Red Sisters of the Red Death [472]

September

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref. September
1 Jonathan Coulton Our Bodies, Ourselves, Our Cybernetic Arms [473] September
2 Alain Souchon La Vie Theodore [474] Shaggy Clothes Drop [475] September
5 Stratovarius Stratovarius [476] September
6 Against Me! Searching for a Former Clarity Punk rock Fat Wreck Chords [477] AZ A.W.O.L. [478] Between the Buried and Me Alaska Progressive metal Victory Matthew Ellard, Jamie King, Between the Buried and Me [479] Blood on the Wall Awesomer [480] George Clinton & the P-Funk All-Stars How Late Do U Have 2BB4UR Absent? [481] Heaven 17 Before After [482] Ion Dissonance Solace Mathcore Abacus [483] James McMurtry Childish Things [484] The Proclaimers Restless Soul [485] The Rolling Stones A Bigger Bang Blues rock Virgin Don Was, The Glimmer Twins, Matt Clifford [486] Ron Sexsmith & Don Kerr Destination Unknown [487] September
9 The Guggenheim Grotto ...Waltzing Alone [488] September
12 Damian Marley Welcome to Jamrock [489] David Gray Life in Slow Motion [490] dEUS Pocket Revolution [491] Paul McCartney Chaos and Creation in the Backyard Capitol [492] Rob Dickinson Fresh Wine for the Horses [493] Sigur Ros Takk... [494] Simple Minds Black & White 050505 [495] September
13 Apollo Sunshine Apollo Sunshine [496] Blues Traveler ?Bastardos! [497] Bonnie Raitt Souls Alike [498] The Dandy Warhols Odditorium or Warlords of Mars [499] Devendra Banhart Cripple Crow [500] The Fray How to Save a Life Alternative rock, pop rock Epic [501] Institute Distort Yourself [502] KMFDM Hau Ruck [503] The Like Are You Thinking What I'm Thinking? [504] Little Brother The Minstrel Show [505] Lonestar Coming Home [506] Paul Wall The Peoples Champ [507] The Pussycat Dolls PCD [508] Queen Return of the Champions [509] Spin Doctors Nice Talking to Me [510] Switchfoot Nothing Is Sound [511] Tracy Chapman Where You Live [512] Trapt Someone in Control [513] Trisha Yearwood Jasper County Country MCA Nashville [514] September
14 Children of Bodom Are You Dead Yet? [515] September
19 Arcturus Sideshow Symphonies [516] Broadcast Tender Buttons [517] Goldie Lookin Chain Safe as Fuck [518] September
20 The 88 Over and Over Indie rock, power pop EMK, Mootron Ethan Allen [519] The American Analog Set Set Free [520] Barbra Streisand Guilty Pleasures [521] Bon Jovi Have a Nice Day [522] Coheed and Cambria Good Apollo, I'm Burning Star IV, Volume One: From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness Progressive metal Columbia Michael Birnbaum, Chris Bittner [523] David Banner Certified [524] Disturbed Ten Thousand Fists Alternative metal, heavy metal Reprise Johnny K, Disturbed [525] Earth, Wind & Fire Illumination [526] Echo & the Bunnymen Siberia [527] Maroon 5 Live Friday the 13th [528] Motorhead BBC Live & In-Session [529] Municipal Waste Hazardous Mutation Crossover thrash Earache Nick Poulos [530] Nada Surf The Weight Is a Gift [531] P$C 25 to Life Southern hip hop, gangsta rap, trap Grand Hustle, Atlantic Clifford Harris, Jason Geter, Keith Mack, Tony Galvin, DJ Montay, Lil Jon, Jasper Cameron, Sapp, Crown Kingz, Khao [532] Ryan Cabrera You Stand Watching [533] September
26 Forever Slave Alice's Inferno [534] HIM Dark Light [535] Jamie Cullum Catching Tales [536] Katie Melua Piece by Piece [537] Roger Waters Ca Ira [538] Ryan Adams Jacksonville City Nights [539] Tokyo Dragons Give Me the Fear [540] September
27 Big Star In Space [541] Bloodhound Gang Hefty Fine Rap rock, comedy rock, dance-rock Geffen Jimmy Pop [542] Buddy Guy Bring 'Em In [543] David Crowder Band A Collision or (3+4=7) [544] Gretchen Wilson All Jacked Up [545] King's X Ogre Tones [546] Lil' Kim The Naked Truth Hip hop Queen Bee, Atlantic Kimberly "Lil' Kim" Jones, Christopher "B.I.G." Wallace, Scott Storch, J.R. Rotem, Fredwreck, Mr. Porter, Channel 7 [547] Metric Live It Out [548] Neil Young Prairie Wind [549] Panic! at the Disco A Fever You Can't Sweat Out [550] Ric Ocasek Nexterday [551] Sean Paul The Trinity [552] Sheryl Crow Wildflower [553] Toni Braxton Libra [554] Wolf Parade Apologies to the Queen Mary [555] September
28 Franz Ferdinand You Could Have It So Much Better [556] September
30 U.D.O. Mission No. X [557]

Fourth quarter

October

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref. October
3 Andy Bell Electric Blue [558] Fiona Apple Extraordinary Machine [559] Jo O'Meara Relentless [560] John Lennon Working Class Hero: The Definitive Lennon [561] Ladytron Witching Hour [562] Ms. Dynamite Judgement Days [563] New Order Singles [564] Shakra Fall [565][566] October
4 Anita Baker Christmas Fantasy [567] Broken Social Scene Broken Social Scene Indie rock Arts & Crafts [568] Chris Cagle Anywhere but Here Country Capitol Nashville [569] Exodus Shovel Headed Kill Machine [570] Little Big Town The Road to Here Country Equity [571] Liz Phair Somebody's Miracle [572] Look What I Did Minuteman for the Moment Progressive metal, mathcore, hardcore punk Combat, Koch Brian Virtue [573] My Morning Jacket Z [574] Nickelback All the Right Reasons Post-grunge, alternative rock Roadrunner, EMI [575] The Reverend Horton Heat We Three Kings [576] Sara Evans Real Fine Place Country RCA Nashville [577] Sinead O'Connor Throw Down Your Arms [578] Soulfly Dark Ages Thrash metal Roadrunner Max Cavalera [579] Trina Glamorest Life Hip hop Atlantic [580] Twista The Day After Hip hop Atlantic [581] October
5 t.A.T.u. Dangerous and Moving [582] October
7 Alicia Keys Unplugged [583] October
10 Akercocke Words That Go Unspoken, Deeds That Go Undone Blackened death metal Earache [584] Danger Doom The Mouse and the Mask [585] Ricky Martin Life Pop Columbia [586] Roadrunner United The All-Star Sessions Heavy metal Roadrunner Joey Jordison, Matt Heafy, Dino Cazares, Robb Flynn [587] Sugababes Taller in More Ways [588] October
11 Allister Before the Blackout Pop punk, punk rock, alternative rock Drive-Thru Dennis Hill, Kyle Homme [589] Deerhoof The Runners Four [590] Default One Thing Remains Hard rock TVT [591] Dolly Parton Those Were the Days [592] Gary Allan Tough All Over Country MCA Nashville [593] Great Lake Swimmers Bodies and Minds Folk rock weewerk [594] Jackson Browne Solo Acoustic, Vol. 1 [595] James Blunt Back to Bedlam [596] The Long Winters Ultimatum [597] Matt Pond PA Several Arrows Later [598] Paul Weller As Is Now Rock Yep Roc [599] Sevendust Next Alternative metal Winedark Sevendust [600] Story of the Year In the Wake of Determination Alternative metal Maverick [601] Susan Tedeschi Hope and Desire Blues Verve Forecast [602] Warren G In the Mid-Nite Hour Hip hop Lightyear Warren G, Terrace Martin, Raphael Saadiq, Marlon Williams [603] October
13 Depeche Mode Playing the Angel Mute, Sire, Reprise [604] Simply Red Simplified [605] October
14 The Cardigans Super Extra Gravity [606] Chris Rea Blue Guitars [607] Old Man's Child Vermin [608] October
15 Primal Fear Seven Seals [609] October
17 Boards of Canada The Campfire Headphase [610] Rachel Stevens Come and Get It [611] Sunn O))) Black One [612] The Veronicas The Secret Life of... Pop rock, pop punk, alternative rock Sire, London Billy Steinberg, Greg Wells, Raine Maida, Chantal Kreviazuk, Max Martin, Rami Yacoub, Lukasz Gottwald, Toby Gad, Don Gilmore, Josh Alexander [613] October
18 Animal Collective Feels [614] Ashlee Simpson I Am Me [615] Billy Currington Doin' Somethin' Right Country Mercury Nashville Carson Chamberlain [616] Black Rob The Black Rob Report [617] Blockhead Downtown Science [618] Brian Wilson What I Really Want for Christmas [619] Bun B Trill [620] Burnside Project The Finest Example Is You Bar/None [621] Cryptopsy Once Was Not Technical death metal Century Media [622] Fireball Ministry Their Rock Is Not Our Rock Stoner metal Liquor and Poker [623] Martina McBride Timeless Country RCA [624] Melissa Etheridge Greatest Hits: The Road Less Traveled [625] Mest Photographs Pop punk, alternative rock Maverick [626] Rev. Run Distortion [627] Rod Stewart Thanks for the Memory: The Great American Songbook, Volume IV [628] Silver Jews Tanglewood Numbers Indie rock Drag City [629] Stevie Wonder A Time to Love [630] Thrice Vheissu Post-hardcore Island [631] October
21 Miho Hatori Ecdysis [632] October
24 Dark Funeral Attera Totus Sanctus [633] Deep Purple Rapture of the Deep [634] The Fiery Furnaces Rehearsing My Choir [635] Robbie Williams Intensive Care [636] October
25 Aerosmith Rockin' the Joint [637] Buckethead & Friends Enter the Chicken [638] Demon Hunter The Triptych Metalcore, nu metal Solid State [639] Destiny's Child #1's R&B Columbia [640] DJ Muggs vs. GZA Grandmasters [641] Joe Nichols III Country Universal South [642] Johnny Cash The Legend of Johnny Cash [643] Socialburn The Beauty of Letting Go Post-grunge iRock Entertainment [644] Through the Eyes of the Dead Bloodlust Deathcore Prosthetic [645] Valencia This Could Be a Possibility Pop punk I Surrender [646] Various artists This Bird Has Flown A 40th Anniversary Tribute to the Beatles' Rubber Soul [647] October
26 Diana Krall Christmas Songs [648] October
28 Xavier Rudd Food in the Belly [649] October
31 Blink-182 Greatest Hits [650] Helloween Keeper of the Seven Keys: The Legacy Progressive metal Steamhammer Charlie Bauerfeind [651] Santana All That I Am [652] TNT All the Way to the Sun Heavy metal, glam metal MTM Tony Harnell, Ronni Le Tekro [653] Wolfmother Wolfmother Hard rock, stoner rock, heavy metal, neo-psychedelia Modular Dave Sardy [654]

November

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref. November
1 Burt Bacharach At This Time [655] John Fogerty The Long Road Home [656] Lagwagon Resolve [657] Ozzy Osbourne Under Cover [658] Slipknot 9.0: Live Alternative metal Roadrunner [659] Sun Kil Moon Tiny Cities [660] Terri Clark Life Goes On Country Mercury [661] Third Day Wherever You Are [662] Trey Anastasio Shine [663] November
4 A-ha Analogue [664] November
6 Johnny Hallyday Ma verite [665] November
7 Delirious? The Mission Bell [666] Eurythmics Ultimate Collection [667] Kate Bush Aerial [668] November
8 Annihilator Schizo Deluxe [669] August Burns Red Thrill Seeker Metalcore Solid State [670] Cyndi Lauper The Body Acoustic [671] Elfonia This Sonic Landscape The Note Garden Records [672] Kenny Chesney The Road and the Radio Country BNA [673] Limp Bizkit Greatest Hitz [674] Neil Diamond 12 Songs [675] Relient K Apathetic EP [676] Sepultura Live in Sao Paulo [677] Sheek Louch After Taxes Hip hop D-Block Records, Koch [678] Various artists Get Rich or Die Tryin': Music from and Inspired by the Motion Picture [679] November
9 Madonna Confessions on a Dance Floor Dance, electronica, disco Warner Bros. Madonna, Stuart Price, Mirwais Ahmadzai, Bloodshy & Avant [680] November
11 Roine Stolt Wallstreet Voodoo [681] November
14 Bolt Thrower Those Once Loyal [682] Eurythmics Boxed [683] Szymon Wydra & Carpe Diem Bezczas Rock Universal Music Poland [684] November
15 Alanis Morissette The Collection [685] Big & Rich Comin' to Your City Country Warner Bros. Nashville Big Kenny, John Rich, Paul Worley [686] Carrie Underwood Some Hearts Country Arista Nashville, 19 Desmond Child, Dann Huff, Mark Bright [687] Green Day Bullet in a Bible [688] Kardinal Offishall Fire and Glory [689] Lady Sovereign Vertically Challenged [690] P.O.D. The Warriors EP, Volume 2 [691] Pitbull Money Is Still a Major Issue [692] Various artists Walk the Line: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack [693] Wilco Kicking Television: Live in Chicago [694] November
21 Enya Amarantine [695] The Rolling Stones Rarities 19712003 [696] November
22 Billy Joel My Lives [697] The Bouncing Souls Live [698] Britney Spears B in the Mix: The Remixes Pop Jive Dave Aude, Bloodshy & Avant, Peter Rauhofer, Trixter, Penelope Magnet, Justice, Jimmy Harry, Shep Solomon, Bill Hamel, Barry Jamieson, Mark Taylor, Stuart Price, The Neptunes, Junkie XL, Guy Sigsworth, Valentin, Moby, Jason Nevins, Nick Fiorucci, Taras Harkavyi, Max Martin, Rami, Davidson Ospina, Robert John "Mutt" Lange, Hex Hector, Dezrok, Mac Quayle, Jeff Taylor, [699] Chamillionaire The Sound of Revenge [700] Fort Minor The Rising Tied Alternative hip hop Machine Shop, Warner Bros. [701] Juelz Santana What the Game's Been Missing! Hip hop Def Jam [702] Queens of the Stone Age Over the Years and Through the Woods [703] Scott Stapp The Great Divide Alternative metal Wind-up [704] System of a Down Hypnotize Heavy metal Columbia Rick Rubin, Daron Malakian [705] Various artists Hurricane Relief: Come Together Now [706] November
23 Per Gessle Son of a Plumber [707] November
25 Garth Brooks The Limited Series Country Pearl [708] November
28 The Darkness One Way Ticket to Hell... and Back [709] Sacrificium Escaping the Stupor Death metal Black Lotus [710] Shakira Oral Fixation, Vol. 2 Pop Epic Gustavo Cerati, Jerry "Wonda" Duplessis, Wyclef Jean, The Matrix, Lester Mendez, Tim Mitchell, Luis F. Ochoa, Shakira, Jose "Gocho" Torres [711] November
29 Chris Brown Chris Brown Hip hop soul, R&B Jive, CBE, Zomba, Sony BMG Chris Brown, Mark Pitts, Scott Storch, Jermaine Dupri, Bryan-Michael Cox, WyldCard, The Underdogs, Dre & Vidal, Shea Taylor, Cool & Dre, Sean Garrett, Shannon "Slam" Lawrence, Oak Felder, Eddie Hustle, LRoc [712] Dave Matthews Band Weekend on the Rocks Rock RCA John Alagia, Coran Capshaw, Bruce Flohr, Terry Fryer, Patrick G. Jordan, Hank Neuberger, Stephen Warner [713] The Greenhornes Sewed Soles Rock V2 Jack White, Brendan Benson [714] INXS Switch [715]

December

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref. December
5 Lindsay Lohan A Little More Personal (Raw) [716] Super Junior Twins [717] December
6 Eminem Curtain Call: The Hits [718] Job for a Cowboy Doom Deathcore King of the Monsters [719] Korn See You on the Other Side Nu metal, industrial rock EMI, Virgin Jonathan Davis, Atticus Ross, The Matrix [720] Lil Wayne Tha Carter II Southern hip hop Cash Money [721] T-Pain Rappa Ternt Sanga [722] Various artists Our New Orleans: A Benefit Album for the Gulf Coast [723] The White Stripes Walking with a Ghost [724] December
13 Anthony Hamilton Ain't Nobody Worryin' R&B So So Def [725] Beck Guerolito [726] Bo Bice The Real Thing [727] Daddy Yankee Barrio Fino en Directo [728] Lamb of God Killadelphia [729] YoungBloodZ Ev'rybody Know Me [730] December
19 The Notorious B.I.G. Duets: The Final Chapter [731] Ryan Adams 29 [732] December
20 Mary J. Blige The Breakthrough [733] December
27 Jamie Foxx Unpredictable R&B J [734] Trick-Trick The People vs. Midwest hip hop Universal Motown [735]

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Ludacris discography
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The discography of Ludacris, an American rapper, consists of nine studio albums, one independent album, two compilation albums, one extended play (EP), six mixtapes, 88 singles (including 51 as a featured artist) and nine promotional singles. 35 of those singles have charted in the Top 40 of the US Hot 100 chart.

Albums

Studio albums

List of albums, with selected chart positions, sales figures and certifications Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales Certifications US
[1] US
R&B
[2] US
Rap
[3] AUS
[4] CAN
[5] GER
[6] IRE
[7] SWI
[8] UK
[9] Back for the First Time
  • Released: October17,2000
  • Label: Disturbing tha Peace, Def Jam
  • Formats: CD, LP, digital download
4 2 160
  • US: 3,103,000[10]
  • RIAA: 3? Platinum[11]
  • MC: Gold[12]
Word of Mouf
  • Released: November27,2001
  • Label: Disturbing tha Peace, Def Jam
  • Formats: CD, LP, digital download
3 1 98 57
  • US: 3,674,000[13]
  • RIAA: 3? Platinum[11]
  • BPI: Gold[14]
  • MC: Platinum[12]
Chicken-n-Beer
  • Released: October7,2003
  • Label: Disturbing tha Peace, Def Jam
  • Formats: CD, LP, digital download
1 1 98 5 87 71 44
  • US: 2,648,000[10]
  • RIAA: 3? Platinum[11]
  • BPI: Gold[14]
  • MC: Platinum[12]
The Red Light District
  • Released: December7,2004
  • Label: Disturbing tha Peace, Def Jam
  • Formats: CD, LP, digital download
1 1 1 54 91 98
  • US: 2,084,000[10]
  • RIAA: 2? Platinum[11]
  • BPI: Silver[14]
  • MC: Gold[12]
Release Therapy
  • Released: September26,2006
  • Label: Disturbing tha Peace, Def Jam
  • Formats: CD, LP, digital download
1 2 1 57 69
  • US: 1,300,000[15]
  • RIAA: Platinum[11]
Theater of the Mind
  • Released: November24,2008
  • Label: Disturbing tha Peace, Def Jam
  • Formats: CD, LP, digital download
5 2 1 22 46 137
  • US: 671,000[15]
  • RIAA: Gold[11]
Battle of the Sexes
  • Released: March9,2010
  • Label: Disturbing tha Peace, Def Jam
  • Formats: CD, LP, digital download
1 1 1 17 82 58
  • US: 632,000[16]
  • RIAA: Gold[11]
Ludaversal
  • Released: March31,2015
  • Label: Disturbing tha Peace, Def Jam
  • Formats: CD, LP, digital download
3 2 2 20 86
  • US: 130,000[17]
TBA[18]
  • Scheduled: TBA, 2020
  • Label: Disturbing tha Peace, Def Jam
  • Formats: CD, LP, digital download
To be released "" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Independent albums

List of independent albums, with selected chart positions, sales figures and certifications Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications US
[1] US
R&B/HH
[19] US Rap
[3] CAN
[5] Incognegro
  • Released: August 17, 1999
  • Label: Disturbing tha Peace
  • Format: CD
179 68 "" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Compilation albums

List of albums, with selected chart positions, sales figures and certifications Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales Certifications US
[1] US
R&B
[20] US
Rap
[3] Golden Grain
(with Disturbing tha Peace)
  • Released: September 10, 2002
  • Label: Disturbing tha Peace, Def Jam
  • Formats: CD, LP, digital download
6 1
  • US: 500,000[10]
  • RIAA: Gold[11]
Disturbing tha Peace
(with Disturbing tha Peace)
  • Released: December 13, 2005
  • Label: Disturbing tha Peace, Def Jam
  • Formats: CD, LP, digital download
11 1 1
  • US: 630,000[10]
  • RIAA: Gold[11]
"" denotes a recording that did not chart.

Mixtapes

List of mixtapes, with year released Title Album details DTP Takeover: It's an Epidemic[21]
(with Disturbing tha Peace and DJ Storm)
  • Released: 2006
  • Label: Desert Storm South
  • Formats: CD, digital download
Pre-Release Therapy[22]
(with DJ Green Lantern)
  • Released: September19,2006
  • Label: Green Lantern
  • Formats: CD, digital download
The Preview[23]
(with DJ Drama)
  • Released: November4,2008
  • Label: DJ Drama
  • Formats: digital download
Conjure: A Hustler's Spirit[24]
  • Released: January 20, 2010
  • Label: Self-released
  • Formats: Digital download
1.21 Gigawatts: Back to the First Time[25]
  • Released: November 15, 2011
  • Label: Self-released
  • Formats: Digital download
#IDGAF[26]
  • Released: May 24, 2013[27]
  • Label: Self-released
  • Formats: CD, Digital download

Extended plays

List of extended plays, with selected chart positions, sales figures and certifications Title Details Peak chart positions US
[1] US
R&B
[20] US
Rap
[3] Burning Bridges[28]
  • Released: December 16, 2014[29]
  • Label: Disturbing tha Peace, Def Jam
  • Formats: Digital download
158 23 18

Singles

As lead artist

List of singles as lead artist, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album US
[30] US
R&B
[31] US
Rap
[32] AUS
[33] CAN
[34] GER
[35] IRE
[36] NZ
[37] SWI
[38] UK
[39] "What's Your Fantasy"
(featuring Shawnna) 2000 21 10 5 19
  • RIAA: Platinum[11]
Back for the First Time "Southern Hospitality" 23 6 5 "Fatty Girl"
(with LL Cool J and Keith Murray) 2001 87 32 6 The Good Life "Area Codes"
(featuring Nate Dogg) 24 10 7 83 40 25 Word of Mouf "Rollout (My Business)" 17 7 20 84 48 20 "Saturday (Oooh! Ooooh!)"
(featuring Sleepy Brown) 2002 22 10 4 31 "Welcome to Atlanta"
(with Jermaine Dupri) 35 15 3 Word of Mouf and Instructions "Move Bitch"
(featuring Mystikal and I-20) 10 3 3 Word of Mouf "Act a Fool" 2003 32 20 10 39
  • RIAA: Platinum[11]
2 Fast 2 Furious and Chicken-n-Beer "P-Poppin"
(featuring Shawnna and Lil' Fate) Chicken-n-Beer "Stand Up"
(featuring Shawnna) 1 1 1 30 56 43 13 22 14
  • RIAA: 2? Platinum[11]
"Splash Waterfalls" 6 2 3 "Diamond in the Back" 2004 94 51 "Blow It Out" 56 "Get Back" 13 9 5 30 48 30
  • RIAA: Gold[11]
The Red Light District "Number One Spot" 2005 19 8 6 46
  • RIAA: Gold[11]
"The Potion" 65
  • RIAA: Platinum[11]
"Pimpin' All Over the World"
(featuring Bobby V) 9 5 2 28 "Georgia"
(with Field Mob, featuring Jamie Foxx) 39 31 21
  • RIAA: Gold[11]
Disturbing tha Peace "Money Maker"
(featuring Pharrell) 2006 1 1 1 86
  • RIAA: Platinum[11]
Release Therapy "Grew Up a Screw Up"
(featuring Young Jeezy) 60 "Runaway Love"
(featuring Mary J. Blige) 2007 2 3 1 37 21 52 "Slap"[A] 113 56 21 "What Them Girls Like"
(featuring Chris Brown and Sean Garrett) 2008 33 17 8 98 53 Theater of the Mind "Wish You Would"[J]
(featuring T.I.) 114 118 "Undisputed"[K]
(featuring Floyd Mayweather, Jr.) 112 "One More Drink"
(featuring T-Pain) 24 15 4 "Nasty Girl"
(featuring Plies) 2009 54 23 "How Low" 6 2 1 54 41 21 67
  • RIAA: 2? Platinum[11]
Battle of the Sexes "My Chick Bad"
(featuring Nicki Minaj) 2010 11 2 2
  • RIAA: Platinum[11]
"Sex Room"
(featuring Trey Songz) 69 5 6 "Jingalin"[B] 2012 125 63 non-album singles "Representin"
(featuring Kelly Rowland) 97 28 20 "Rest of My Life"
(featuring Usher and David Guetta) 72 16 47 32 57 19 42 41
  • ARIA: Platinum[40]
  • RIANZ: Gold[41]
Fast & Furious 6 "Helluva Night" 2013 96 31 23 #IDGAF "Party Girls"
(featuring Wiz Khalifa, Jeremih and Cashmere Cat) 2014 113 36 20 non-album single "Good Lovin''"
(featuring Miguel) 91 30 21 Burning Bridges & Ludaversal "Vitamin D"
(featuring Ty Dolla Sign)[42] 2017 non-album single "Vices" "" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

As featured artist

List of singles as featured artist, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album US
[30] US
R&B
[31] US
Rap
[32] AUS
[43] CAN
[44] GER
[35] IRE
[36] NZ
[37] SWI
[38] UK
[39] "One Minute Man"
(Missy Elliott featuring Ludacris) 2001 15 8 91 38 47 92 10 Miss E... So Addictive "Bia' Bia'"
(Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz featuring Ludacris, Too $hort and Chyna Whyte) 94 47 Put Yo Hood Up "B R Right"
(Trina featuring Ludacris) 2002 83 50 24 Diamond Princess "Why Don't We Fall in Love" (Remix)
(Ameriie featuring Ludacris) 40 All I Have "Gossip Folks"
(Missy Elliott featuring Ludacris) 8 5 2 22 28 28 50 9 Under Construction "Holidae In"
(Chingy featuring Snoop Dogg and Ludacris) 2003 3 2 2 13 56 27 4 43 35
  • RIAA: Gold[45]
  • ARIA: Gold[46]
Jackpot "Hot & Wet"
(112 featuring Ludacris) 70 29 Hot & Wet "Yeah!"
(Usher featuring Lil Jon and Ludacris) 2004 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
  • RIAA: 4? Platinum[47]
  • ARIA: Platinum[46]
  • BPI: 2? Platinum[14]
  • BVMI: Platinum[48]
  • IFPI SWI: Gold[49]
  • MC: Platinum[50]
  • RIANZ: 2? Platinum[51]
Confessions "Break Bread"
(I-20 featuring Ludacris and Bone Crusher) 78 Self Explanatory "Lovers and Friends"
(Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz featuring Usher and Ludacris) 3 2 1 36 68 22 15 44 10 Crunk Juice "Shake Dat Shit"
(Shawnna featuring Ludacris) 63 28 16 Worth tha Weight "Oh"
(Ciara featuring Ludacris) 2005 2 2 7 7 7 5 11 4
  • RIAA: Platinum[11]
  • ARIA: Gold[52]
Goodies "Sugar (Gimme Some)"
(Trick Daddy featuring Cee Lo Green, Ludacris and Lil' Kim) 20 36 12 31 61
  • RIAA: Gold[53]
Thug Matrimony: Married to the Streets "Unpredictable"
(Jamie Foxx featuring Ludacris) 8 2 22 73 26 13 85 16 Unpredictable "Need a Boss"
(Shareefa featuring Ludacris) 2006 62 10 Point of No Return "Glamorous"
(Fergie featuring Ludacris) 2007 1 41 2 12 16 3 9 38 6
  • RIAA: 3? Platinum[54]
  • ARIA: Platinum[55]
  • BPI: Silver[14]
  • RIANZ: 2? Platinum[56]
The Dutchess "Get Buck in Here"
(DJ Felli Fel featuring Diddy, Ludacris, Akon and Lil Jon) 41 72 13 58
  • RIAA: Gold[57]
non-album single "Rock Star"
(R. Kelly featuring Ludacris and Kid Rock) 54 Double Up "U Can Believe It"[58]
(Playaz Circle featuring Ludacris) Supply & Demand "Gimme Dat"[59]
(Chingy featuring Ludacris and Bobby V) 2008 Hate It or Love It "Mr. Magnificent"
(Small World featuring Ludacris) World Premiere "Grippin'"
(Sean Garrett featuring Ludacris) 40 Turbo 919 "How We Do It (Around My Way)"
(Lloyd featuring Ludacris) 77 75 Lessons in Love "Pretty Girl"[C]
(Jarvis featuring Ludacris) 103 Dream Girls "Chopped 'n' Skrewed"
(T-Pain featuring Ludacris) 27 3 14
  • RIAA: Gold[11]
Thr33 Ringz "How Do You Sleep?"
(Jesse McCartney featuring Ludacris) 2009 26 75 40 Departure: Recharged "Creepin' (Solo)"[D]
(Chamillionaire featuring Ludacris) 101 non-album single "Regret"
(LeToya featuring Ludacris) 78 8 Lady Love "Addicted to Money"
(Lil Scrappy featuring Ludacris) 96 The Grustle "Bulletproof"
(Raheem DeVaughn featuring Ludacris) 46 The Love & War MasterPeace "Baby"
(Justin Bieber featuring Ludacris) 2010 5 96 3 3 22 7 4 25 3
  • RIAA: Diamond (12? Platinum)[11]
  • ARIA: 2? Platinum[60]
  • BPI: Gold[14]
  • RIANZ: Platinum[61]
My World 2.0 "All I Do Is Win"
(DJ Khaled featuring T-Pain, Ludacris, Rick Ross and Snoop Dogg) 24 8 6 69
  • RIAA: 2? Platinum[11]
  • MC: Gold[62]
Victory "Atlanta, GA"[63]
(Shawty Lo featuring The-Dream, Ludacris and Gucci Mane) Fright Night "Break Your Heart"[E]
(Taio Cruz featuring Ludacris) 1 121 2 1 5 2 17 1 1
  • RIAA: 3? Platinum[11]
  • ARIA: 2? Platinum[60]
  • BPI: Gold[64]
  • BVMI: Platinum[65]
  • IFPI SWI: 2? Platinum[66]
  • MC: 3? Platinum[67]
  • RIANZ: Gold[56]
Rokstarr "Ride"
(Ciara featuring Ludacris) 42 3 75 75 Basic Instinct "I Like"[G]
(Jeremih featuring Ludacris) 116 25
  • RIAA: Gold[68]
All About You "Saturday Night"
(Jessica Mauboy featuring Ludacris) 7
  • ARIA: 2? Platinum[69]
Get 'Em Girls "Tonight (I'm Fuckin' You)"
(Enrique Iglesias featuring Ludacris and DJ Frank E) 4 2 3 12 5 2 4 5
  • RIAA: 3? Platinum[70]
  • ARIA: 2? Platinum[69]
  • BPI: Silver[14]
  • BVMI: Gold[71]
  • MC: 3? Platinum[72]
  • RIANZ: Platinum[73]
Euphoria "Be with You"
(David Banner and 9th Wonder featuring Ludacris and Marsha Ambrosius) 44 Death of a Popstar "Country Shit" (Remix)
(Big K.R.I.T. featuring Ludacris and Bun B) 2011 50 23 Return of 4Eva "Little Bad Girl"
(David Guetta featuring Taio Cruz and Ludacris) 70 15 14 5 8 19 7 4
  • ARIA: Platinum[69]
  • BPI: Silver[14]
  • BVMI: Gold[74]
  • IFPI SWI: Gold[66]
Nothing but the Beat "Wet the Bed"
(Chris Brown featuring Ludacris) 77 6
  • RIAA: Platinum[75]
F.A.M.E. "Too Easy"
(Tyrese featuring Ludacris) 38 Open Invitation "Just (The Tip)"
(Plies featuring Jeremih and Ludacris) 75 Purple Heart "Tonight (Best You Ever Had)"
(John Legend featuring Ludacris) 2012 79 12
  • RIAA: Platinum[76]
Think Like a Man soundtrack "We in This Bitch"
(DJ Drama featuring Young Jeezy, T.I., Ludacris and Future) 68 Quality Street Music "Changed the Way You Kiss Me" (Remix)[77]
(Example featuring Ludacris) Playing in the Shadows "Everyday Birthday"
(Swizz Beatz featuring Chris Brown and Ludacris) 44 Haute Living "All Around the World"
(Justin Bieber featuring Ludacris) 2013 22 34 10 53 31 15 30
  • MC: Gold[78]
Believe "Double Cup"
(DJ Infamous featuring Jeezy, Ludacris, Juicy J, The Game and Hitmaka) 53 non-album single "Legs Shakin'"
(R. Kelly featuring Ludacris) 2014 55 Black Panties "Run the Check Up"
(DJ Infamous featuring Jeezy, Ludacris and Yo Gotti) 2016 non-album single "Grey"
(LeToya Luckett featuring Ludacris) 2017 Back 2 Life "Everything"
(Tank featuring Trey Songz and Ludacris) Savage "The Champion"
(Carrie Underwood featuring Ludacris) 2018 47
  • RIAA: Gold[79]
Cry Pretty "Quiero Saber"
(Pitbull featuring Ludacris and Prince Royce) non-album single "SexBeat"
(Usher featuring Lil Jon and Ludacris) 2020 "" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Promotional singles

List of promotional singles, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name Title Year Peak chart positions Album US
[30] US
R&B
[31] NZ
[37] "I'm So Hood" (Remix)[80]
(DJ Khaled featuring Young Jeezy, Ludacris, Busta Rhymes, Big Boi, Lil Wayne, Fat Joe, Birdman and Rick Ross) 2007 We the Best "Down in tha Dirty"[H]
(featuring Bun B and Rick Ross) 110 Strength in Numbers "Still Standing"[I]
(Monica featuring Ludacris) 2008 101 74 Still Standing "Hey Ho"[L]
(featuring Lil' Kim and Lil' Fate) 2010 108 Battle of the Sexes "Beamer, Benz or Bentley" (Remix)[81]
(Lloyd Banks featuring The-Dream, Ludacris, Jadakiss and Yo Gotti) non-album single "Shake Senora" (Remix)
(Pitbull featuring T-Pain, Sean Paul and Ludacris) 2011 40 Planet Pit "Dirt Road Anthem" (Remix)
(Jason Aldean featuring Ludacris) 7 non-album single "Welcome to My Hood" (Remix)
(DJ Khaled featuring Ludacris, T-Pain, Busta Rhymes, Mavado, Twista, Birdman, Ace Hood, Fat Joe, Jadakiss, Bun B, Game and Waka Flocka Flame) We the Best Forever "Same Damn Time" (Remix)[82]
(Future featuring Diddy and Ludacris) 2012 Pluto 3D "Call Ya Bluff" 2015 51[X] Ludaversal "Beast Mode" "" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Other charted songs

List of songs, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name Title Year Peak chart positions Album US
[30] US
R&B
[31] "Ho"[M] 1999 103 Incognegro "Pick Up the Phone"
(with Tyrese and R. Kelly) 2003 65 2 Fast 2 Furious soundtrack "Stomp"[N]
(Young Buck featuring Ludacris and T.I.) 2004 110 Straight Outta Cashville "In da Club"[O]
(Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz featuring R. Kelly and Ludacris) 107 Crunk Juice "Virgo"
(with Nas, featuring Doug E. Fresh) 69 The Red Light District and Street's Disciple "Ludacrismas"[P] 2007 104 Fred Claus soundtrack "Dat Girl Right There"
(Usher featuring Ludacris) 74 non-album single "Grown Woman"[Q]
(Mary J. Blige featuring Ludacris) 119 Growing Pains "I Do It for Hip Hop"
(featuring Nas and Jay-Z) 2008 89 Theater of the Mind "Last of a Dying Breed"
(featuring Lil Wayne) 65 "Born an OG"[R]
(Ace Hood featuring Ludacris) 2009 117 Ruthless "Everybody Drunk"[S]
(featuring Lil Scrappy) 2010 112 Battle of the Sexes "Atlanta Zoo"[T]
(Gucci Mane featuring Ludacris) 115 Burrrprint (2) HD "She Don't Know"[U]
(Usher featuring Ludacris) 107 Raymond v. Raymond "Tongues"[V]
(R. Kelly featuring Ludacris) 111 non-album single "Rich & Flexin'"[W]
(featuring Waka Flocka Flame) 2011 122 1.21 Gigawatts: Back to the First Time "" denotes a recording that did not chart.

Guest appearances

List of guest appearances, with other performing artists, showing year released and album name Title Year Other artist(s) Album "Block Lockdown"[83] 2000 Funkmaster Flex, I-20 The Mix Tape, Vol. IV "That's How I Get Down"[84] 2001 Ginuwine The Life "Cut Somethin'"[85] Jagged Edge Jagged Little Thrill "Get the Hell on with That"[86] Fat Joe, Armageddon Jealous Ones Still Envy (J.O.S.E.) "Considerate Brotha"[87] Timbaland & Magoo, Playa Indecent Proposal "Real Pimp"[88] Nate Dogg Music and Me "Keep Hustlin'"[89] Styles P, Sheek Louch Ryde or Die Vol. 3: In the "R" We Trust "You Got What I Want"[90] 2002 Snoop Dogg, Charlie Wilson, Goldie Loc Paid tha Cost to Be da Boss "It Wasn't Us"[91] 2003 I-20 The Neptunes Present... Clones "Tomb of the Boom"[92] OutKast, Konkrete, Big Gipp Speakerboxxx/The Love Below "Down South"[93] Big Tymers, Lil Wayne, Jazze Pha Big Money Heavyweight "Higher"[94] 2004 Twista Kamikaze "The Whole City Behind Us" The Game, Kanye West Westside Story: the Compton Chronicles "Breathe In Breathe Out"[95] Kanye West The College Dropout "Childz Play"[96] Cee Lo Green Cee-Lo Green... Is the Soul Machine "Shot Off"[97] 8Ball & MJG Living Legends "Rodeo"[98] Method Man Tical 0: The Prequel "I Came to Bring the Pain"[99] Lil' Flip, Static Major, Tity Boi U Gotta Feel Me "Stomp"[100] Young Buck, The Game Straight Outta Cashville "Give Me a Chance"[101] 2005 Bobby V Bobby Valentino "Trill Recognize Trill"[102] Bun B Trill "Pacific Coast" (Remix)[103] DJ Quik, Kimmi J. Trauma "Living the Life"[104] The Notorious B.I.G., Faith Evans, Cheri Dennis, Bobby V, Snoop Dogg Duets: The Final Chapter "Pop U"[105] 2006 Juvenile, Fat Joe Reality Check "Smilin'"[106] Field Mob Light Poles and Pine Trees "Gettin' Some" (Remix)[107] Shawnna, Lil Wayne, Pharrell, Too $hort Block Music "Take It Slow"[107] Shawnna, Bobby V "Playa Cardz Right" (Male)[108] 2Pac, Keon Bryce Pac's Life "Do It Well" (Remix)[109] 2007 Jennifer Lopez Brave "Grown Woman"[110] Mary J. Blige Growing Pains "Ya Heard"[111] 2008 Game LAX "Pocketbook"[112] Jennifer Hudson Jennifer Hudson "On Top of the World"[113] T.I., B.o.B Paper Trail "Pop Champagne" (Remix) Ron Browz, Lil Kim, Swizz Beatz N/A "High Price"[114] 2009 Ciara Fantasy Ride "Born an OG"[115] Ace Hood Ruthless "We Must Be Heard"[116] DJ Drama, Willie the Kid, Busta Rhymes Gangsta Grillz: The Album (Vol. 2) "Spanish Fly"[117] Aventura, Wyclef Jean The Last "Coochie" The Black Keys, Ol' Dirty Bastard BlakRoc "She Don't Know"[118] 2010 Usher Raymond v. Raymond "Atlanta Zoo"[119] Gucci Mane Burrrprint (2) HD "Black Man's Dream" Rick Ross Ashes to Ashes "Beamer, Benz or Bentley" (Remix) Lloyd Banks, The-Dream, Jadakiss, Yo Gotti none "Porn Star Dancing" (Remix)[120] My Darkest Days, Chad Kroeger My Darkest Days "Soul Bossa Nostra"[121] Quincy Jones, Naturally 7, Rudy Currence Q: Soul Bossa Nostra "Addicted to Money" Lil Scrappy The Grustle "Why You Up in Here"[122] Flo Rida, Git Fresh, Gucci Mane Only One Flo (Part 1) "Yep Dat's Me"[123] Jamie Foxx, Soulja Boy Best Night of My Life "Knockin'"[124] 2011 Travis Barker, Snoop Dogg, E-40, Dev Give the Drummer Some "Furiously Dangerous" Slaughterhouse, Claret Jai Fast Five "Money"[125] DJ Khaled, Young Jeezy We the Best Forever "Welcome to My Hood" (Remix)[125] DJ Khaled, T-Pain, Busta Rhymes, Twista, Mavado, Birdman, Ace Hood, Fat Joe, Jadakiss, Bun B, Game, Waka Flocka Flame "Country Shit" (Remix) Big K.R.I.T., Bun B Return of 4eva "What U Mean"[126] 2012 Big K.R.I.T. Live from the Underground "Candy Paint & Gold Teeth"[127] Waka Flocka Flame, Bun B Triple F Life: Friends, Fans and Family "Little Boy"[128] I-20, Twista Endless Pursuit "My Swag"[128] I-20 "Hungry in the Streets"[128] I-20, 2 Chainz, Dolla Boy "Ridin' Around"[128] I-20 "In the A"[129] Big Boi, T.I. Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors "Ceelo"[130] 2013 DJ Scream, Wale, Future The Ratchet Superior "Disappointed"[131] Los, Diddy Becoming King "Rep The Dirty"[132] Slim Thug, Dre Day, Kez Welcome to Texas EP "Hands in the Air"[133] Miley Cyrus Bangerz "Fantasy" Chris Brown X Files "Sleep" 2014 E-40, Plies Sharp On All 4 Corners: Corner 2 "Errybody" (Remix) Yo Gotti, Lil Wayne none "Turn Down For What" (Remix) Lil Jon, DJ Snake, Pitbull "Shake Em Off" 2015 Big K.R.I.T., K Camp It's Better This Way "Tell Me Again" 2019 Pitbull, Prince Royce Libertad 548 8thNote.svgThis list of songs or music-related items is incomplete; you can help by expanding it.

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  • A ^ "Slap" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 13 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart, which acts as a 25-song extension to the Hot 100.[134]
  • B ^ "Jingalin" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 25 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart, which acts as a 25-song extension to the Hot 100.[135]
  • C ^ "Pretty Girl" did not enter the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, but peaked at number 3 on the Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart, which acts as a 25-song extension to the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.[136]
  • D ^ "Creepin' (Solo)" did not enter the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, but peaked at number 1 on the Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart, which acts as a 25-song extension to the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.[137]
  • E ^ "Break Your Heart" did not enter the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, but peaked at number 21 on the Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart, which acts as a 25-song extension to the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.[138]
  • F ^ "I Like" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 16 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart, which acts as a 25-song extension to the Hot 100.[139]
  • G ^ "Down in tha Dirty" did not enter the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, but peaked at number 10 on the Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart, which acts as a 25-song extension to the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.[140]
  • H ^ "Still Standing" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 1 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart, which acts as a 25-song extension to the Hot 100.[141]
  • I ^ "Wish You Would" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 14 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart, which acts as a 25-song extension to the Hot 100. It did not enter the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, but peaked at number 18 on the Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart, which acts as a 25-song extension to the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.[142][143]
  • J ^ "Undisputed" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 12 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart, which acts as a 25-song extension to the Hot 100.[144]
  • L ^ "Hey Ho" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 8 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart, which acts as a 25-song extension to the Hot 100.[145]
  • M ^ "Ho" did not enter the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, but peaked at number 3 on the Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart, which acts as a 25-song extension to the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.[146]
  • N ^ "Stomp" did not enter the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, but peaked at number 10 on the Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart, which acts as a 25-song extension to the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.[147]
  • O ^ "In da Club" did not enter the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, but peaked at number 7 on the Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart, which acts as a 25-song extension to the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.[148]
  • P ^ "Ludacrismas" did not enter the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, but peaked at number 4 on the Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart, which acts as a 25-song extension to the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.[149]
  • Q ^ "Grown Woman" did not enter the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, but peaked at number 19 on the Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart, which acts as a 25-song extension to the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.[150]
  • R ^ "Born an OG" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 17 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart, which acts as a 25-song extension to the Hot 100.[151]
  • S ^ "Everybody Drunk" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 12 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart, which acts as a 25-song extension to the Hot 100.[152]
  • T ^ "Atlanta Zoo" did not enter the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, but peaked at number 15 on the Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart, which acts as a 25-song extension to the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.[153]
  • U ^ "She Don't Know" did not enter the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, but peaked at number 7 on the Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart, which acts as a 25-song extension to the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.[154]
  • V ^ "Tongues" did not enter the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, but peaked at number 11 on the Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart, which acts as a 25-song extension to the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.[155]
  • W ^ "Rich & Flexin'" did not enter the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, but peaked at number 22 on the Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart, which acts as a 25-song extension to the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.[156]
  • X ^ "Call Ya Bluff'" did not enter the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, but peaked at number 1 on the Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart, which acts as a 25-song extension to the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.[157]

References

^ a b c d Peak chart positions for albums in the United States:
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  • Golden Grain: "Ludacris > Charts & Awards > Billboard Albums". AllMusic. Retrieved January 19, 2012.
^ Peak chart positions for albums on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart in the United States:
  • All except Golden Grain: "Ludacris Chart History: R&B/Hip-Hop Albums". Billboard. Retrieved January 23, 2018.
  • Golden Grain: "Ludacris > Charts & Awards > Billboard Albums". AllMusic. Retrieved January 19, 2012.
^ a b c d "Ludacris Chart History: Rap Albums". Billboard. Retrieved January 23, 2018. ^ Peak chart positions for albums in Australia:
  • Chicken-n-Beer: "The ARIA Report: Issue 712 (Week Commencing 13 October 2003)" (PDF). Australian Recording Industry Association. Retrieved June 1, 2012.
  • The Red Light District: "The ARIA Report: Issue 777 (Week Commencing 17 January 2005)" (PDF). Australian Recording Industry Association. Retrieved June 1, 2012.
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  • Word of Mouf, Chicken-n-Beer and Release Therapy: "Ludacris". Official Charts Company. Archived from the original (select "Albums" tab) on February 4, 2013. Retrieved January 12, 2012.
  • Back for the First Time, The Red Light District, Theater of the Mind and Battle of the Sexes: Zywietz, Tobias (February 6, 1997). "Chart Log UK: DJ Steve L. LZ Love". Zobbel.de. Retrieved January 12, 2012.
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  • "Act a Fool", "Stand Up", "Pimpin' All Over the World" and "Rest of My Life": "Discography Ludacris". australian-charts.com. Hung Medien. Retrieved January 12, 2012.
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  • "What Them Girls Like": "The ARIA Report: Issue 986 (Week Commencing 19 January 2009)" (PDF). Australian Recording Industry Association. p.2. Retrieved February 17, 2012.
  • "How Low": "The ARIA Report: Issue 1052 (Week Commencing 26 April 2010)" (PDF). Australian Recording Industry Association. p.2. Retrieved February 17, 2012.
^ "Ludacris Album & Song Chart History: Canadian Hot 100". Billboard. Retrieved February 17, 2012. ^ a b Peak chart positions for singles in Germany:
  • All except "Yeah!": "charts.de: Ludacris (Single)". charts.de (in German). GfK Entertainment Charts. Retrieved February 17, 2012.
  • "Yeah!": "charts.de: Usher (Single)". charts.de (in German). Media Control Charts. Retrieved March 17, 2012.
^ a b Peak chart positions for singles in Ireland:
  • All except "Yeah!": "Discography Ludacris". irish-charts.com. Hung Medien. Retrieved January 12, 2012.
  • "Yeah!": "Discography Ludacris". irish-charts.com. Hung Medien. Retrieved March 17, 2012.
^ a b c Peak chart positions for singles in New Zealand:
  • All except "Yeah!": "Discography Ludacris". charts.nz. Hung Medien. Retrieved February 17, 2012.
  • "Yeah!": "Discography Usher". charts.nz. Hung Medien. Retrieved March 17, 2012.
^ a b Peak chart positions for singles in Switzerland:
  • All except "Yeah!": "Ludacris (songs)" (select "Charts" tab). hitparade.ch (in German). Hung Medien. Retrieved January 12, 2012.
  • "Yeah!": "Usher (songs)" (select "Charts" tab). hitparade.ch (in German). Hung Medien. Retrieved March 17, 2012.
^ a b Peak chart positions for singles in the United Kingdom:
  • All except "Lovers and Friends" and "Break Your Heart": "Ludacris" (select "Singles" tab). Official Charts Company. Retrieved March 14, 2012.
  • "Lovers and Friends": "Usher Featuring Lil' Jon & Ludacris" (select "Singles" tab). Official Charts Company. Retrieved March 14, 2012.
  • "Break Your Heart": "Taio Cruz" (select "Singles" tab). Official Charts Company. Retrieved March 14, 2012.
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  • All except "One Minute Man", "Yeah!", "How Do You Sleep?" and "Ride": "Discography Ludacris". australian-charts.com. Hung Medien. Retrieved May 10, 2012.
  • "One Minute Man": "The ARIA Report: Issue 606 (Week Commencing 8 October 2001)" (PDF). Australian Recording Industry Association. p.4. Archived from the original on 21 February 2002. Retrieved June 9, 2012.CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown (link)
  • "Yeah!": "Discography Usher". australian-charts.com. Hung Medien. Retrieved May 10, 2012.
  • "How Do You Sleep?": "The ARIA Report: Issue 1005 (Week Commencing 1 June 2009)" (PDF). Australian Recording Industry Association. p.4. Retrieved May 10, 2012.
  • "Ride": "Chartifacts Week Commencing: 26th July 2010". Australian Recording Industry Association. Archived from the original on August 1, 2010. Retrieved May 10, 2012.
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  • v
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Ludacris
  • Discography
  • Awards and nominations
Studio albums
  • Incognegro
  • Back for the First Time
  • Word of Mouf
  • Chicken-n-Beer
  • The Red Light District
  • Release Therapy
  • Theater of the Mind
  • Battle of the Sexes
  • Ludaversal
Compilations
  • Golden Grain
  • Disturbing tha Peace
EPs
  • Burning Bridges
Mixtapes
  • DJ Drama Presents: The Preview
Singles
  • "What's Your Fantasy"
  • "Southern Hospitality"
  • "Area Codes"
  • "Rollout (My Business)"
  • "Saturday (Oooh Oooh!)"
  • "Move Bitch"
  • "Fatty Girl"
  • "Act a Fool"
  • "P-Poppin"
  • "Stand Up"
  • "Splash Waterfalls"
  • "Diamond in the Back"
  • "Blow It Out"
  • "Get Back"
  • "Number One Spot"
  • "The Potion"
  • "Pimpin' All Over the World"
  • "Georgia"
  • "Money Maker"
  • "Grew Up a Screw Up"
  • "Runaway Love"
  • "Slap"
  • "Down in tha Dirty"
  • "What Them Girls Like"
  • "One More Drink"
  • "Nasty Girl"
  • "How Low"
  • "My Chick Bad"
  • "Sex Room"
  • "Representin"
  • "Rest of My Life"
  • "Party Girls"
  • "Good Lovin"
  • "Vitamin D"
Featured singles
  • "One Minute Man"
  • "Welcome to Atlanta"
  • "B R Right"
  • "Why Don't We Fall in Love"
  • "Gossip Folks"
  • "Holidae In"
  • "Hot & Wet"
  • "Yeah!"
  • "Lovers and Friends"
  • "Shake Dat Shit"
  • "Oh"
  • "Sugar (Gimme Some)"
  • "Unpredictable"
  • "Need a Boss"
  • "Glamorous"
  • "Get Buck in Here"
  • "I'm So Hood (Remix)"
  • "Rock Star"
  • "Grippin'"
  • "How We Do It (Around My Way)"
  • "Chopped 'n' Skrewed"
  • "How Do You Sleep?"
  • "Addicted to Money"
  • "Bulletproof"
  • "Regret"
  • "Baby"
  • "Break Your Heart"
  • "All I Do Is Win"
  • "Ride"
  • "Beamer, Benz, or Bentley" (Remix)
  • "Porn Star Dancing"
  • "I Like"
  • "Saturday Night"
  • "Tonight (I'm Fuckin' You)"
  • "Welcome to My Hood" (Remix)
  • "Country Shit" (Remix)
  • "Little Bad Girl"
  • "Wet the Bed"
  • "Tonight (Best You Ever Had)"
  • "We in This Bitch"
  • "All Around the World"
  • "The Champion"
  • "SexBeat"
Other songs
  • "War with God"
  • "Wish You Would"
  • "Undisputed"
  • "Still Standing"
  • "Dirt Road Anthem"
  • "Shake Senora" (Remix)
Related articles
  • Disturbing tha Peace
  • WeMix
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