- Play Hard ft. Ne-Yo, Akon
- Rest Of My Life ft. Usher, David Guetta
- Turn Me On ft. Nicki Minaj
- Titanium ft. Sia
- She Wolf (Falling To Pieces) ft. Sia
The video for the upbeat song ‘rest of my life’ by Ludacris features an all star singing cast and celebrities making guest appearances. The song itself features Ludacris with fellow singers Usher and David Guletta, and the video includes a cameo appearance by NBA player Chris Paul of the Los Angeles Clippers. Both Usher and Guletta also appear in the video with Ludacris. DJ David Guletta known for his dance hits also produced the song.
Both the song and the video express the idea of enjoying every day and living life to the fullest. The video takes place on a deserted highway and shows the stars jumping around and dancing to the music while waving sparklers. There are other summer and patriotic themes too, with shots of ocean waves and Ludacris waving an American flag. Another interesting ‘star’ of the video is the small French car the Renault Twizy, which is an environmentally friendly French version of the smart car. Not your typical rap video vehicle, but the car in question is not driven by any of the singers in the video but rather two girls who are meant to be showing the viewer what it’s like to make the most out of life.
The song ‘Rest of my Life’ is the third single off of Ludacris’ eighth album, Ludaversal which will be released in early 2013. The video was directed by Christopher Sims and filmed in Atlanta, Georgia which is the hometown of both Ludacris and Usher. Those in attendance at the 2012 MTV European Music Awards Show were given exclusive first peaks at the video which made its official debut online on November 11th, 2012.
Ludacris is quoted as saying that the idea to make a song with Usher and Guletta occurred when Ludacris and Usher were flying first class together on the same flight. Ludacris had been featured on several of Usher’s songs but this is the first time that Usher had collaborated on a song by Ludacris. Ludacris had said that ‘history had been made’ now that Usher had been featured on one of his own albums.