With the decades of worldwide success Ludacris has achieved, it’s clear that Georgia is still on his mind.
The Rapper, Actor & Philanthropist is brining all of his multi-industry knowledge back home to Georgia State University. Luda aka Chris Bridges is joining Georgia State’s Creative Media Industries Institute (CMII) this fall as an artist-in-residence.
The CMII started back in 2014 to prepare students for careers that transcend traditional degree programs and connect them with Atlanta’s successful film, music and video game industries.
Bridges, who attended Georgia State before the Grammy wins and selling over 20 million records worldwide, said he feels connected to the university and where it is going.
According to GSU’s website, “Bridges’ professional experience does not only encompass expertise in the music and film and television business, he is also an avid philanthropist and successful entrepreneur.”