Ludacris has announced that he will be releasing a soundtrack called Karma’s World to accompany the Netflix animated series of the same name.
The album serves as the official companion to the animated series from Luda and produced by Karma’s World Entertainment and 9 Story Media Group. The show, featuring voices from Tiffany Haddish, Danielle Brooks, Jordan Fisher, Dawnn Lewis, Dascha Polanco and Chris Bridges, makes its debut on the streamer throughout 190 countries in 21 languages plus audio description on October 15, 2021. The soundtrack also releases on the same day.
“I am thrilled to be working with Universal Music Group to bring the music from Karma’s World to audiences everywhere,” said Ludacris. “UMG has been my partner on all my albums since day one and it’s very fitting that they are with me as I unveil the music from my new animated Netflix series, which has been a labor of love for over a decade and inspired by my eldest daughter. As a girl dad to four daughters, I am so proud of the music in this show which inspires creative confidence in kids and encourages them to embrace their full authentic selves. When making music for Karma’s World, our creativity was unlimited – we experimented with country, reggae, reggaeton, pop, jazz, R&B, hip hop, classical and so much more. The series serves up sophisticated beats, impressive rhymes and straight up catchy choruses all the while addressing important topics and themes in each episode. The music on Karma’s World is not just for kids – I know for a fact that whole families will be singing and rhyming along. Karma’s World brings people together, tells great stories, and provides a sound for all ages.”
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Ludacris has shared the music video for the theme song ‘Welcome to Karma’s World’ performed by star and SinceThe80s/Motown recording artist Asiahn (Karma) via Netflix Futures which you can watch below. Karma’s World tells “The story of a girl finding her voice and using it to change the world.”
Last month, Luda dropped his first new song in a long time called ‘Butter.ATL.’