His performance started at 8 p.m., and within minutes of stepping onto the stage, Ludacris questioned Penn State students with how big of fans they really were of the artist.
Within seconds, students showed the rapper just how loyal of fans they really are.
Ludacris threw “Blueberry Yum Yum,” Pimpin’ All Over The World” and “Area Codes” at the crowd and they spit back the rhymes with ease. Rapper Lil’ Fate accompanied Ludacris through the duration of the performance.
After opening the show with his original songs, Luda transitioned into a medley of mashups he has been featured in during the past few years, like “All I Do Is Win,” by DJ Khaled.
Luda also let the crowd know his love for “independent women,” and then proceeded to sing his song “Yous A Hoe.”
Throughout his entire performance, the Atlanta rapper provoked, enthused and entertained Penn State students and really turned the intramural fields into a giant dance party. Some students could be overheard saying that Ludacris made them want to “back dat ass up.”
Ludacris was so into the show that he actually went over the amount of time he was able to perform. For the local bands, going over the specified time limit was a giant no-no, but for some reason nobody cared when Ludacris was actin’ a fool.