In between shooting the upcoming film "Max Payne," Ludacris is prepping his sixth album, "Theater of the Mind," slated for September. Though a first single hasn’t been chosen, Ludacris says to expect it to drop by June or July.

Calling the LP a collection of his experiences up until this point, the MC promises that "Theater" will be film-worthy. "Expect the whole album is theatrical," says Ludacris.

The MC is squeezing in studio time between filming "Max Payne," based on the Rockstar video game, with co-star Mark Wahlberg in Toronto, Canada. Ludacris plays NYPD Deputy Police Chief Jim Bravura in "Max Payne" but is really excited about his part as Roman in Guy Ritchie's upcoming ensemble cast film "RocknRolla," slated for October 31. The film also stars Thandie Newton and Jeremy Piven.

"It's about how the Russian mob came to Europe and took over," says Ludacris. "Then there's another film at the Tribeca Film Festival called "Balls Don't Lie" with myself and Isaiah Washington about a kid that goes to an orphanage but is very talented in basketball. It's about how foster kids go in and out of families."

Additionally, Ludacris' Disturbing Tha Peace Entertainment recently partnered with MegaMobile TV, LLC for a joint venture social networking site called, which has racked up 200,000 users to-date.

The MC's 2006 LP, "Release Therapy," has sold 1.2 million units to-date.