Ludacris looked dapper and Rick Ross' 40th birthday party at his mansion in Fayetteville, Georgia.

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Both artists are committed to giving back to their communities.

Sydney Scott
Feb, 25, 2016

Ludacris and Usher are constantly giving back to their home city of Atlanta. Through their non-profits—Usher runs New Look and Ludacris heads the Ludacris Foundation—the kings of ATL are diligent about supporting children in the community. Luda has even headlined rallies to support educational options in Georgia.

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Recently, the two teamed up to give back by meeting with 200 students for leadership workshops where kids could discuss the challenges they face in their communities and ways to overcome them.

In a video posted to Facebook, Luda shares:

"Two hundred kids in one room teaching them about leadership, teaching them about brands. I want them to start young. I want them all to understand the potential that they have."

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The rapper also shared a photo of the students during a workshop at the event.

Kudos to Luda and Usher for taking the time to give back.

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