Ludacris - Number One Spot (HD)

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"Number One Spot" is the second single from rapper Ludacris' 2004 album The Red Light District. The song heavily samples "Soul Bossa Nova" by Quincy Jones, which was used as the theme in the Austin Powers film series; Austin Powers references play major parts in "Number One Spot" and its video.

In the song's first verse, Ludacris says "Respected highly, hi, Mr. O'Reilly/Hope all is well, kiss the plaintiff and the wifey." This is a controversial line that is used in the song as an answer to commentator Bill O'Reilly's accusations that Ludacris is helping to ruin America during a 2002 Pepsi commercial. The line also points out O'Reilly's sexual harassment problems during a 2004 sex scandal that involved inappropriate phone conversations, to which Ludacris viewed as hypocrisy on his behalf.

The song reached #19 on the US Hot 100 chart and #30 in UK. "Number One Spot" was nominated for Best Rap Solo Performance at the Grammy Awards of 2006, but it lost to Kanye West's "Gold Digger".
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