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Stamford's Alive@Five and Wednesday Night Live 2021 lineup includes Boyz II Men, Ludacris

After a year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Stamford Downtown has announced the lineup of its Alive@Five and Wednesday Nite Live concert series. This year, the concerts will be moving the summer performances from Columbus Park to the new location of Mill River Park, which Downtown Special Services District President David Kooris said would accommodate more people to the summertime shows. Another change for the concerts' return: the start date. This year, the series has the first installment of Wednesday Nite Live slated for Sept. 1.
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"Fast and Furious" star Ludacris stopped by TODAY to talk about becoming a father for the fourth time and his upcoming movie "F9." Ludacris, a rapper and actor whose real name is Christopher Brian Bridges, is expecting his second child with wife Eudoxie Bridges; his first child with her is daughter Candace, 5. He also has a daughter named Cai, 6, and Karma, 13, from previous relationships. Bridges announced in May that she was expecting.
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Ludacris Trends On Twitter As Fans Find A Comedian’s Comparison To DaBaby… Ludicrous

A comedian’s comparison of a pair of rappers on Twitter has fans debating whether he’s right or his suggestion is just… ludicrous. When Lil Duval, best known for his appearances on MTV shows like Guy Code and his 2018 Snoop Dogg-featuring hit “Smile Bitch (Living My Best Life),” asserted that North Carolina rapper DaBaby could be considered analogous to Atlanta rapper Ludacris, his tweet sparked the heated debate that saw some fans arguing about the two MCs’ relative status and whether or not Duval had a point.
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Ludacris Only Realized His Home Had A Tennis Court Because Of Quarantine

Over the past year, we’ve all had a lot of time to sit at home and discover ourselves, but one person had time to discover new things about his home. Ludacris, who will make his latest appearance as hacker Tej Parker in F9 this Friday, told Ellen DeGeneres that during quarantine, he found out that his home had more amenities than he’d ever thought, including a tennis court and saunas — something he didn’t realize until he was forced, like the rest of us, to work from home for a while. Apparently, the ‘Scatter Brain’ rapper has never properly perused his 22-acre property as a result of his busy lifestyle.
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Ludacris "didn't know" he owned a tennis court. The 'Grew Up a Screw Up' hitmaker admitted a positive side to the coronavirus pandemic has been spending more time at home and finally being able to "enjoy the fruits of [his] labour” and joked he's found features within the grounds of his abode that he had no idea even existed.
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