The market for weak remakes of Ludacris' most representative tracks has to be slim. And yet, that didn't stop Big Eye from issuing a set with those exact characteristics. A gaggle of studio musicians and faceless MCs tackle such tracks as "Stand Up," "Rollout [My Business]," and "Area Codes"; the results are earnest, but something less than memorable. The final track, by L.A. hip-hop hopefuls V and Legacy with some help from George Clinton, is an okay run through some watery funk. But it doesn't make Tribute to Ludacris any more saleable.
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AllMusic Review by Johnny Loftus