Album: The Red Light District
Producer: Organized Noize

In the grand scheme of Ludacris’s discography, most forget the infectious “Blueberry Yum Yum,” off 2004’s The Red Light District. The song sounds surprisingly modern over a decade after its release, thanks in part to the futuristic vision of Nayvadius DeMun Wilburn. The songwriter of the indelible hook is a pre-fame Future, more commonly known around this time as Meathead. Before Future was writing about his one true love, “dirty sprite,” he was the inspiration for Sleepy Brown singing, “Get your lighters, roll that sticky, let's get higher (let's get higher)/Got that blueberry yum yum and it's that fire (it's that fire).”