Missing hits: "Welcome To Atlanta," "Number One Spot," "One More Drink"
Missing guest spots: Missy Elliott's "One Minute Man," Missy Elliott's "Gossip Folks," Usher's "Yeah," Lil Jon's "Lovers and Friends," oh and Justin Bieber's "Baby"
Not on Spotify: "Area Codes," "Act A Fool"
Total number of Top 40 hits as lead artist: 21
Luda's greatest hits expounds on his appeal in the early to mid 2000s. Though he never quite made a truly great album, Ludacris was simply a fun rapper who made great singles. In fact, with 21 Top 40 hits, he's got more hit singles than anyone else on this list.
Listening to these songs reminds us why we all liked Luda so much back in those days. However, his later records reveals why his brand simply wasn't made to last. Sure, he kept on making hits (he even won a Grammy!) but his later songs like "How Low" or "My Chick Bad" were some of his weakest material...but they were still some of his biggest hits.