(AllHipHop News) Before becoming a regular in the Fast & Furious movie franchise, Ludacris was one of the most successful rappers of the 2000's.
Luda's chart-topping career was inspired by many of his predecessors and peers.
GQ caught up with the Atlanta resident to get him to break down some of his favorite lyrics from other emcees.
The video includes Ludacris sharing his interpretations of verses by Pimp C, Andre 3000, The Notorious B.I.G., Eminem, and Cam'ron.
He also talks about four bars on his own "Mouthing Off" off the Back for the First Time album.
"All I can say is that: where the f-ck did this sh-t come from? There's no place called 'P-ssies R Us,'and if there were, it's not like people gonna give gift certificates to this place," said Luda. "Only me, only I could have done that, humbly speaking. That's what makes me, me."
In addition, the Disturbing Tha Peace founder named Ludaversal as one of his favorite albums.