In the early 2000s, Ludacris was pretty much the guy you thought of when it came to Southern rap. The drawl, the inflection, the comedic flow, all of it combined to cement him a place in not only Atlanta, but the hip-hop world. As such, his popularity also meant people started noticing his style, too. The corn rows and simple white tank top of the "Get Back" video were a style staple of Southern hip-hop. And who can forget his awesome afro, baggy gear, and clean sneakers either? To top it off, Luda cleans up well in a suit.