Ludacris and Big Boi are teaming up. The Atlanta duo is reportedly putting together a show for President-elect Barack Obama. According to a variety of reports, Ludacris and Big Boi have joined forces to host the Urban Ball, part of the American Music Inaugural Balls, an event set to take place in Washington, D.C. on January 20.

T-Pain, David Banner, Cedric the Entertainer, Bobby Valentino, Lil Jon, The Cheetah Girls, Monica and Fantasia Barrino are confirmed to perform, according to various news outlets. Former NBA players Alonzo Mourning, Kenny “The Jet” Smith and Jalen Rose are also said to be confirmed to attend.

It will be connected to a Legends Ball which will also take place. Artists confirmed for that event include iconic artists like Chaka Khan, George Clinton, The Temptations, Kirk Franklin, and Harold Melvin & Blue Notes. It’s to be hosted by Dionne Warwick and Yolanda Adams.

Tickets for the Urban Ball are said to cost about $350 while tickets for the Legends Ball will be more around $450. But, a combo pack can be purchased for tickets to both Balls for $650.

Dionne Warwick released a statement on the event.

“Music is a universal language that brings people of all colors, of all faiths, of all ethnicities from all over the globe together in unity, like Barack‘s campaign proved can be done in America and worldwide. So why not a ball that represents this, or rather two balls that collectively show how American Music can unify us?”

“I want to give the public a ‘people’s ball’…that is to say I want the tickets ‘affordable’ so that a family can come together, that a son can bring his ‘grandmother, or a mother can bring her children, or the grandparent can bring the grandchild…I don’t want a $1000 ticket at these balls.”

In a press release, Luda also spoke on the event.

“I was extremely honored to learn that President-elect Obama was a fan of mine. I am certainly a big fan of his. That’s why it is such a great privilege to chair the ‘Urban Ball’. We have done our part to elect a great leader; now we are coming together to celebrate his accomplishment and to ring in the new era and share the hope he has inspired in us. It is a beautiful thing to be a part of a history. Look at what happens when people come together and focus on our possibilities rather than our differences.”