September 26, 2008 19:19

T.I., Chris Brown, Lil Wayne, guest on new Ludacris album

The Game, Jamie Foxx also offer services

T.I., Chris Brown, Lil Wayne, guest on new Ludacris album
Ludacris has enlisted the help of T.I. , Chris Brown and Lil’ Wayne among others, to perform on his brand new album ‘Theater Of The Mind’ which is set to be released October 21.

The Game and actor Jamie Foxx also appear on the record, which is his sixth to be released via a major label.

In addition to gearing up for his album’s release, Ludacris, whose real name is Chris Bridges, will star in two movies next month, playing an internal affairs agent alongside Mark Wahlberg in ‘Max Payne’, as well as a part in Guy Ritchie's ‘Rocknrolla’, in wihch he stars alongside Gerard Butler and ‘Crash’ co-star Thandie Newton.

Meanwhile, the rapper-turned-actor has added restaurateur to his resume, opening Straits restaurant in his hometown of Atlanta, GA, as well as starting up, a social networking site aimed at showcasing and developing artists, and which is described as a “myspace for the hood”.

As previously reported, Ludacris was drafted in last-minute for today’s RockCorps show at Royal Albert Hall after Busta Rhymes was detained by immigration officials at London City Airport.

He also suffered a fire at his home yesterday (September 25).

--By our New York staff.
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