Ludacris and YG Entertainment hold a press conference on their MOU
On September 20th at 1:30 PM, YG Entertainment and Ludacris held a press conference at the Plaza Hotel in Jung-gu, Seoul. YG Entertainment stated that the reason for their Memorandum of Understanding was for the cause of musical exchange.
Ludaris debuted in the United States in 1999 and dominated the Billboard music charts with hits like "Get Back," "My Chick," "How Low," and more. Recently, Ludacris featured in Justin Bieber's track, "Baby." With his many awards, Ludacris has also sold over 2.4 million albums worldwide.
Recently, Ludacris stated that he would like to work with Korean entertainment company YG Entertainment because he was a fan of the company's hip-hop music and artists. With Ludacris and YG Entertainment's deal, Ludacris will be promoting his line of top-quality headphones, Soul by Ludacris.
YG Entertainment and Ludacris are still discussing the details of their cooperative act, but there may be plans for a collaboration between YG Entertainment's artists like Big Bang and Teddy.
Check out photos from the press conference about Ludacris and YG Entertainment's Memorandum of Understanding, below!
Source: 10asiae and Newsen (1, 2, 3, and 4)